This front gabled transitional style house has eave brackets and a full width front porch. The porch has a hipped roof and columns with capitals and a band around the base. A knee wall surrounds the porch and a large picture window is north of the door. Two narrow 1/1 windows covered with aluminum screens punctuate the front elevation gable. Vertical groove plywood skirts the porch and tongue and groove decking lies on top. The house is sided in asbestos ceramic shingles. A chimney projects from the roof ridge. The north side elevation has two single and one double tall, narrow windows that appear to be original. A picket fence surrounds the front yard. There is an alley on the north side.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.