This one story residence is rectangular in plan and has a low pitched intersecting gable roof with wide eaves, exposed rafters and composition shingles. The exterior is covered with weatherboard siding with a slightly flared base. A concrete foundation supports the building. The windows are fixed pane and casement windows in bays. There is polygonal bay window on the south elevation. The projecting gable roof porch has truncated stucco supports. There is a stucco chimney. The building faces east on South Third Street and is in excellent condition. There is a two car garage associated with the structure. The building has a gable roof and is covered with weatherboard. The building was constructed by Ira Mix, the president of the First National Bank of Independence.