This house, which is situated on an alley behind 605 JQ Adams, has had its carport or garage enclosed to create another rentable unit. The duplex has a small recessed front porch with two entrances. Its low-pitched side-facing gable roof is sheathed in composition shingles. It has no eave, but does feature rakeboards and moldings on the end gables. The house is clad in wide wood shingles. The windows are primarily aluminum sliders. There are two original picture windows on the rear façade or the house, as well as a vinyl garden window. The house sits on a poured concrete foundation and has a basement. A shelf roof extension covers the back patio. There is also a large fruit tree in the back yard.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.