This c.1900 vernacular house is square in plan with a hip roof on the main structure. A full width front porch at the entrance has a flat roof supported by square truncated wood posts and is raised above the street level with a wood staircase, balustrade and railing. A wide frieze below the porch roof is decorated with a spindled rail and porch frieze. Multi-light vinyl window with a grid is present on all elevations. A rear addition has a hipped roof and aluminum sliding windows. A garage exists under the main structure. Alterations include a skylight in the hipped roof of the main structure on the south façade.
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.