This bungalow appears very similar to its 1314 JQ Adams Street neighbor. Brackets support a pointed barge board which extends out due to the wide overhang on the main gable. These elements are repeated in the smaller gable that covers the front entrance porch. Battered columns support this gable. The windows have a horizontal series of panes, over one large moveable pane. Each windows has a prominent hood above it. The siding is a narrow beveled, lap siding. A one-car period garage lies at the end of a long driveway to the SE.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.