This one-story hip-roofed Ranch house is three bays wide and four-pile. It was altered significantly when the house was converted to a day-care center. The building has a brick veneer, vinyl windows, and an interior brick chimney. The front entrance has been removed and a storybook painting has been painted over the brick on the façade. A pair of windows on the east elevation have been altered to create an entrance with sidelight that is accessed by a ramp along the east side of the building. The site slopes to the rear to expose a basement, which is accessed from the ground level on Lincoln Street. The front lawn has been paved to create parking for the building. The earliest known occupant is James J. Pinchback in 1960.