This one and one half story residence is rectangular in plan with additions and has an intersecting gable roof with a projecting gable entry, covered with composition shingles. Narrow weatherboard siding sheaths the exterior. A concrete foundation supports the building. The windows are paired three over one and four over one double hung wood sash and fixed casement. There is a brick chimney with decorative patterns on the front elevation. The building faces east on the corner of South Seventh Street and Monmouth Street and is in good condition.
There is a detached one car garage to the west of the residence. The building is covered with a gable roof and covered with weatherboard siding.
The building was built by Pearl Hedge in 1925. Hedge was a hop farmer who lived at this location until his death around 1940.