712 JQ Adams Street
This bungalow style house has a steep gable roof with a large shed wall dormer extending out of the north side and is covered in composition shingles. Its plan is square and it sits on a poured concrete foundation. The house is clad in asbestos ceramic shingles and features wide bargeboards, decorative brackets, notched rafter tails, and a roman brick half-wall. The windows are primarily 1/1 wood with simple wide wood trim. The house still features its original front door. The owner recently removed the asbestos shingles on the south side to reveal the original double drop siding in good condition. At the rear of the house is a patio covered by a shed roof. The original back porch was demolished in favor of a 1950s motif.