This wide overhanging gable-roof bungalow sits slightly elevated from the street with concrete stairs leading up to the front door. Brackets support a wide barge board in the main gable. This treatment also appears in the smaller gable that covers the front entrance porch on the north side of the street façade. Beveled lap siding covers the building. The house has wood windows of multi-pane over 1 (number of panes varies). There is a very nice front door with elaborate glasswork in it that appears to be not original. It looks as though there may have been addition to the back of the building. There is a contemporary garage southeast of the house.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.