The front-gabled, one-story house has a rake board and small gabled hood with brackets over the front door. The visible windows appear to be vinyl, including the front elevation window. A square vent cuts through the front gable. Square additions without windows protrude from the north and south end of the house towards the rear. Another house, approximately from the 1920s, is built directly behind this house and is possibly connected. The roof is new and there is deck on the east side. There are two types of siding: vertical and horizontal. Siding is vertical in the gable and in the upper half of the south elevation.
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.