The house sits back on its lot with a small rock wall in the front. A non-historic associated garage sits to the north. The house sits high up on a poured concrete foundation with its gable end facing the street. Channel drop siding runs down to the water table to meet the foundation. A steep staircase runs up to a small entry porch that appears to be a later addition judging by its fascia and siding details in its gable. The front windows are not original either with their 8-pane horizontality. There also appears to have been addition in the rear of the building. Rake boards detail the gable, while a frieze details the top of the wall. A small doorway on the front of the house in the foundation leads to a short basement beneath the house. A non-historic associated garage sits to the north.
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.