A simple one-story Bungalow Style structure, this stucco-on-wood frame house exhibits several characteristics typical of this style. Gable roofs with wide overhangs, tapered porch columns on brick masonry piers and three-over-one double-hung windows are all elements of the Bungalow Style. Although the porch has been enclosed, the house basically remains in it's original condition.
This house has several typical Bungalow style features, including stucco over the wood frame, gable roofs with wide overhangs, tapered wood porch columns on brick masonry piers, and three-over-one double hung windows. It was built in about 1920, and the porch has since been enclosed.