From the 2003 National Register listing:
Side-gable one-and-one-half-story bungalow with exposed rafter tails, a front shed dormer with a trio of six-pane casements, and an interior end chimney. Other features are plain weatherboard and twelve-over-one sash windows on the facade. The unusual porch and sunroom configuration, which may be a later addition, set this bungalow apart from others in the district. An engaged porch in the center of the facade has one brick post, while the left bay of the porch is shallower and is supported by a bracketed roof, with a simple railing. A sunroom extends from the north side of the house, with a brick facing and a row of casement windows. Samuel H. Hall, occupant in 1930. Horace B. Lindsey, agent at N.C. Home Insurance Co., was owner in 1946.