This one-story, front-gabled Ranch house is two bays wide and triple-pile. It has a continuous brick veneer that extends from the roof down to the exposed basement and foundation at the rear of the house. The house retains metal jalousie windows and has aluminum siding in the front gable and aluminum trim throughout. The prominent brick chimney on the façade anchors the offset front gable, which shelters a shallow brick terrace with terra cotta tile floor and a metal railing. To the right of the chimney and projecting front gable, the entrance appears recessed and is accessed by a brick stair. The house has wide overhangs and the site slopes to the rear to expose a walk-in basement. County tax records date the building to 1960; the earliest known occupant is Albert D. Eaton in 1965.