This one-and-a-half story, front-gabled Minimal Traditional house is two bays wide and four bays deep. It has been altered with the addition of a nearly full-depth, shed-roofed dormer on the north elevation. The house has a brick foundation and veneer, aluminum siding on the dormer and wood weatherboards in the front and porch gables. It retains six-over-six, double-hung wood sash windows and exterior brick chimneys on the south and rear elevations. The front gable has a four-over-four, double-hung wood window, but retains ghostmarks of a former round window. The front-gabled porch is supported by decorative metal posts with a concrete slab brick-edged floor, brick stair, and metal railing. The earliest known occupant is Robert Colclough (tobacco worker, Liggett & Myers) in 1950.