This one and one half story residence is square in plan and has an intersecting gable roof with gable dormers and exposed rafters. It is covered with composition shingles. Thin weatherboard siding sheaths the exterior. A concrete foundation supports the building. The windows are paired twelve over one double hung wood sash with projecting cornices and a four over one double hung wood sash triple window. There is a gable roof porch with weatherboard siding. Brackets embellish the gable end.
Early residents of the building were Clair and Edna Irvine in 1917. Clair worked in the Farmer's State Bank located on Main Street. The building was later occupied by Clair's son and daughter-in-law, Bob and Ruth Irvine.