This is a rather interesting house, which most notably has two siding types on the street elevation. Channel drop siding changes to wood shingles at the second level, then returns to channel rustic at the peak of the gable. 6/6 double-hung windows in some places. Some of the windows on the first floor in the front are now grid paned vinyl. The entry porch with a rounded arch entry does not appear until the 1950 Sanborn map. The house sits directly on the street right-of-way where as most in the neighborhood are setback from the street. There is a large exterior chimney protruding from a front piece that is a late addition.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.