1107 JQ Adams Street
The house is a minimal traditional with a broken pitch gable roof. The original round-edge drop siding has been covered with wood shingles. The porch was filled in c.1960 at the same time an addition to the south was added, and the entire house was covered with wood shingles. There are currently metal storm windows on the windows and inoperable faux shutters flank the windows. A small concrete retaining wall which levels the yard from the grade of the street has integrated steps up into the yard. There is a free-standing carport to the northwest of the house.