Two story rectangular footprint with the short side and ridge parallel to the street. The Dutch Colonial style dresses up a very basic building shape by extending the side rake board overhangs down at a steeper angle across the side facades to create a faux shed dormer on the front. The steep rakes transition to a shallower full width shed front porch with two unequal bays, a narrow one aligned with the front door. The porch posts and railings have been replaced with light wood framing. A paired nine over one replacement window occupies the other side of the first floor front facade. There are two equally spaced similar windows above with a stuccoed chimney at the transition point between the shallow and steep rakes of the gable end. The south facade has a series of stacked window openings on the gable center line with an additional pair of full size windows on the left side of center and two small square windows on the right side. There is a partially enclosed rear porch with the same roof line as the front porch. The exterior walls are a combination of stucco and aluminum siding.
This house appears on the Sanborn Atlas of 1927, but not on the 1911 atlas, thus a c. 1920 construction date. (Sources: Sanborn Atlas)