This one and a half story home has intersecting gables which form an "L" shaped plan. It has a composition shingle roof and a brick chimney in the center of both gables. There are wide overhanging eaves supported by paired decorative brackets. The siding is very wide weatherboard. The windows have architrave molding and are double hung one over one light windows, with paneling underneath. The hip-roofed front porch has square columns and various wood trim. The house is on a continuous concrete foundation and has a water table. The house is in fair condition. There is an early twentieth century single car garage with no foundation and in poor condition.
EC= Eligible/ Contributing
NHD= Listed in Historic District
Comments: Mild Queen Anne elements; 1/1 wood sash windows with attached aluminum storms - 1 aluminum slider on side façade towards
rear; enclosed rear porch (?); EC detached garage
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