This one-story, pyramidal-roofed, Queen Anne influenced home with hip-roofed front dormer has a wraparound front porch supported by battered wood posts on brick piers. The house is three bays wide and double-pile with a one-story gabled wing extending beyond the right (west) side of the house, a one-story hip-roofed block protruding from the right rear of the house, and a single- pile, shed-roofed block (likely an enclosed porch) running the length of the rear elevation. The house has been covered with vinyl siding and has a brick pier and curtain foundation and two interior brick chimneys. The roof is covered with asphalt shingles and the gabled rear block has gable returns and an entrance from the wraparound porch. The house has replacement one-over- one windows on the first floor and multi-pane windows in the dormer. The original front door has been replaced and its sidelight removed, but a decorative semi-circular window remains to the right of the door.
The first known resident is Raynor K. Umstead (carpenter then watchman, Austin Heaton Company) from 1919 to 1939.
House sold in April to new owner who is ripping off vinyl today!