A lacy floral-patterned bargeboard decorates the steeply pitched gables of this one-and-a-half-story Gothic Revival cottage. The two principal openings on the front have Gothic U-shaped headers; above, on the second floor, round-arched windows contrast sharply with the brick walls. The present porch was added later, as were many of the windows.
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