Three story aluminum sided residence with the gable end facing the street. Judging by the shallow roof pitch, vestigial side pents and a change in window type (taller six over six), the third floor appears to be an addition thus making house noncontributing. The second floor front facade has a triple six over six replacement window assembly over a full width semi enclosed porch with the entrance door on the right side. Windows are replacements. The fenstration patterns on the side facades are irregular. Steel fire escape system on north façade. This house is one of the more unusual houses in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood.
This house shows up on the 1927 atlas but not the 1911 atlas, thus the c. 1920 construction date. (Sources: Sanborn Atlas)