This c.1917 bungalow style residence is rectangular in plan and has a steeply pitched front facing gable roof with flared ends at the bargeboard supported by simple triangular brackets below the eaves. The inset entry porch encompasses approximately half of the front elevation, which is atypical for the bungalow style. This may indicate a possible alteration of the porch. The porch that remains is supported by large square wood posts, squared balustrade and railing and retains the tongue and groove flooring. The entrance door is possibly original with a 6-pane wood paneled door. Alterations include the possible enclosure of a portion of the front entry porch and metal entry railings. The typical window type is a 1/1 wood double-hung, while a 1/1-aluminum replacement picture window is present on the front elevation. A shed dormer is present at the upper story. Two exposed brick chimneys remain on two elevations.
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.