From "Photocensus" - Bellinger, 1990
(Below in italics is from the National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
Largely obscured by trees, this I-house has plain weatherboards and two-over-two wood-sash windows with arched upper sashes in arched wood surrounds. It has a wide cornice, sawn bargeboards in the gables, and a standing-seam metal roof. The two-light-over-two-panel door is centered on the façade and has a bracketed surround. There is a two-story, gabled ell at the left rear (southeast) with a one-story section that wraps around the rear and right (west) sides of the ell. An entrance on the left (east) side of the ell is sheltered by a shed- roofed porch on chamfered posts. A one-story, shed-roofed wing on the right elevation has a twelve-light-over- one-panel door and a two-over-two arched window. Bellinger dates the house to 1901 and the house first appears on the 1911 Sanborn map.
05.20.2017 (G. Kueber)