This two and one-half story building is a late vernacular example
of the Greek Revival style. A bracketed, pedimented hood covers
a left, side hall entrance with three-quarter sidelights. Two
over two windows are symmetrically arranged. Brick bearing walls
resting on a stone foundation support a wood truss roof covered
with slate shingles. A peaked window is located in the front facing
gable. The building is currently divided into multiple dwellings.