This one story house sits under a front gable roof with minimal eaves. A large shed dormer is present on the east side of the house. The gable and shed roofs feature minimal eaves with plain narrow rake boards. A small gable projects out from the north side of the house over the main entry, supported by large square columns set on a solid balustrade. The house is entirely clad with wide wood shingles, including the attached garage on the northwest corner. This garage sits under a flat roof and features a plywood overhead door. The windows in the house are 4/1 double-hung wood sash at the first floor level and 3/1 at the second floor level. The windows typically feature plain board trim on three sides and narrow sills.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.