(Below in italics is from the 2004 East Durham National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.
2-story hip-roofed I-House with a front cross-gable and many alterations, including masonite and brick veneer siding and replacement sash windows. The 1-story hip-roof porch has turned posts that are probably replacements. At the rear are additions, including a large attached garage. This may have operated as a boarding house originally. [1930 CD: vacant; 1937 SM, Little-Stokes and Dickinson, No. 192]