This bungalow style house has a steep gable roof sheathed in composition shingles. It is clad in bevel lap siding and sits on a parged concrete foundation. It features narrow bargeboards and a front porch that extends the length of the front façade. The porch has its own low-pitched gable roof and as been altered over time with the addition of iron rails, columns, and balustrade. The windows are primarily fixed and 1/1 wood, though most have vinyl storms with snap grids. The back yard features a covered garden seating area and the front yard is enclosed by a picket fence. There is a detached two-car garage off the alley that is clad in channel siding.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.