The Fiske House is a large, bracketed early Victorian mansion with an unrailed porch extending across the front, one side and half of a third supported on paired turned posts with more bracketing. A wing and barn are joined in a stepped-back relationship on one side. Another well-preserved, one-and-one-half-story mid-nineteenth-century workers' duplex is opposite.
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