This gable and wing vernacular two story building has an arched entrance over a covered porch. There is large arch window on the side of the porch and an arched vent in the gable. The barge boards are pointed, the eaves are wide and there are brackets. There is a two-story, three-sided bay bumping out of the north side. The north side entrance has a shed hood. The windows have apron moldings. Vertical siding covers the foundation. The wing extends south and features an arched entrance. In the corner of "L" there is a bump out with a shed roof. The south side windows are 6/1and 8/1. The top half of the building is sided with wide shingles, the porch area is sided with lap siding. Porch was possibly enclosed in the 1920s or 1930s.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.