This one and one half story building is T shaped in plan. It has a gable roof with an intersecting front clipped gable and gable dormer. The gable end of the front elevation is brick and the north and east ell are clad with narrow shiplap siding. Windows are elongated two over two double hung wood sash. The windows are in the gable end of the front elevation are capped with a brick label hood mold. The porch extends the front elevation and is covered by a hip roof, which is supported by tapered boxed posts. The building faces west at the corner of Log Cabin and "A" Streets and in in fair condition. The original owner of the building was a Mr. Ervine. Oscar Moore, the Chief of Police in the 1920's-1930's, was a former resident of the building.