(Below in italics is from the National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
Distinctive two-story Period House displaying strong Tudor Revival style influences. Brick-veneered in stretcher bond, the main block has a clipped gable front. The east end of the main facade is a shallow wing with a recessed porch on the first level and a very tall gable encompassing the second story and attic. All gables have applied half-timbering. Charles T. Zuckerman, secretary of The Home Insurance Agency, Inc., had the house built in the late 1920s.