(Below in italics is from the 2010 National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
This one-story, front-gabled bungalow is three-bays wide and triple pile. The full-width engaged front porch is supported by wood posts (likely an early replacement of the original posts) with a plywood knee wall; the area above has been screened. The house has typical Craftsman features including wood shingles in the front gable, exposed eaves and knee braces along the roofline, and a pair of louvered gable vents in the front gable. It retains original molded wood weatherboards throughout and has four-over-one Craftsman windows. The front door is a fifteen-light French door. The earliest known occupants are Millard C. (machine operator) and Novie Hunt in 1930.
Garage, c. 1930 – One-story, front-gabled, frame garage with molded wood weatherboards, an asphalt-shingled roof, and a pair of plywood garage doors on the façade.