Howard L. Younts House – 1928
This one-story, front-gabled bungalow is three-bays wide and triple pile with two low gables to the rear, one on each side of the ridge. There is a half-width inset front porch in the front left corner, supported by tapered wood posts on brick piers. The right front is a room, with an entrance off the front porch, that appears to be original to the house. The house is typical of the Craftsman style with wood weatherboards, four-over-one Craftsman windows, and exposed eaves. A single six-light window is centered in the front gable; the front door is a fifteen-light French door. According to on-line tax records, the house was constructed in 1928. The earliest known occupants are Howard L. and Nellie B. Younts in 1930.