This one-story, hip-roofed, Ranch house is three bays wide and four-pile. It has a continuous brick veneer that extends from the main level down to the exposed basement and foundation at the rear of the house. It retains an interior brick chimney, original two-over-two, double-hung horizontal pane wood sash windows, and wood soffits, fascia, and bedmold at the roofline. A picture window, flanked by two-over-two, double-hung windows is centered on the façade next to an original hollow-core door with diagonal lights. An open brick terrace on the east end of the façade has a terra cotta-tile floor and metal railings. County tax records date the building to 1960. The first known occupant is George L. Suggs in 1965.