This house, which sits directly on the end of its lot closest to the street, appears quite lopsided. An addition was cantilevered on the south side of the structure which would account for the longer gable on that side and the additional side entry at this point. A shed roof porch that stops where original house width stops covers the front entry. Vertical siding now makes up the skirt of the porch and the railing. Metal storm windows have been added to the 1/1 wood double-hung, and asbestos ceramic shingle siding covers the house. A wide rake board and frieze detail how the walls meet the roof.
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.