The 1997 Historic Resources Inventory by Aegis describes this one-story house as one of the few Provincial Revival houses built by Woodruff and appears in early aerial photos. The home features a charming front arched entry over the wood paneled front Dutch door and has hand trowelled stucco walls, half timbering, and a leaded glass bay window. The steeply pitched hip roof and the intersecting garage gable roof are now covered with asphalt shingles. The garage gable is decorated with half-timbers and a bird house or ‘pigeonniere’ as an ornamental feature of the French Normandy style. A large addition has been added to the rear of the home.