This minimal traditional house has a steep gable roof sheathed in composition shingles. The house itself is clad with metal lap siding, while the gable roof porch is clad in wood lap siding. This roof porch appears to be an addition because it rests on the top of two of the front façade windows. The porch has steel posts and railing. The house features narrow bargeboards and cornerboards. Its front façade has a faux stone 1/4 wall. It is unknown what type of foundation the house sits on because it has a mason's board skirt. The front windows are 4/1 wood with fixed storms. The side and back windows are aluminum sliders. An enclosed patio has been added to the back of the house.
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.