(Durham County tax office)
(Below in italics is from the National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
Stately 2-story brick Colonial Revival-style house with such academic details as parapet end walls with paired chimneys, an entrance with fanlight and sidelights, and an entrance porch with slender paired columns and a turned roof balustrade. Windows have 8-over-8 segmental-arched sash and keystones. At right is a 1-story side-gabled wing; at left a gabled screen porch with a hipped dormer window. At the rear is a 1-story brick ell.
F. Norman Bowles was owner-occupant in 1940.