(Durham County tax office)
(Below in italics is from the National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
Two-story frame gambrel-roofed house which retains original sheathing of split-shingles, nine-over-one paired sash windows and slightly projecting entrance bay highlighted by twelve~light sidelights. Triangle brackets support eaves. Built late 1920s and later divided into four apartments. First occupants were Nathan Levy, a manager of M.B. Smith, Inc., jewelry store and Fred Black, an agent for the Sinclair Refining Company.