(Below in italics is from the 1984 National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
Two-and-one-half-story tapestry brick-veneered Colonial Revival style house with pronounced pedimented dormers, five-bay facade and center hall double-pile plan. Gable-roofed entrance porch supported by Doric columns and entablature shelters a doorway with fanlight and sidelights. Two-story frame gable-roofed wing on south end. Powe, an investment banker with the Home Savings Bank, built the house in 1928.