This two-story vernacular I-house has a gable roof of composition shingle with two skylights. It is masonry construction with bricks of an unusual size: larger than regular bricks and smaller than concrete block. An entrance faces north, reached by concrete steps leading to wood steps and a deck. The street-level entrance faces west and is comprised of a sliding glass door surrounded by horizontal siding in an opening the size of a garage door. Siding around door and in west gable appears to be pressed pulp. Windows are new vinyl slide windows with original concrete sills. Neighbors report that the roof was originally flat and has been replaced with the gable. A picket fence surrounds the house and yard except on the west side.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.