This one-and-a-half story, side-gabled Minimal Traditional brick house is three-bays wide and double pile. It has a projecting front gable on the left side of the façade and a shed-roofed addition at the right rear. A shed-roofed porch to the right of the front gable has been screened in. The house is covered with brick veneer and has a stepped exterior end chimney on the right gable end. It retains original six-over-six wood windows and has wood trim and triangular wood vents in the gable ends. Online tax records date the house to 1953.
Shed, c. 1953 – One-story, side-gabled, frame shed has several lean-to additions. Shed has an asphalt-shingled roof and wood weatherboards. Lean-to additions have metal roofs and plywood sheathing.