This modest Tudor Revival house is typical of the smaller, well-designed homes in the Washington Park district.The two-story, gable roofed house has a shallow, projecting block with an intersecting gable roof on its main (east) façade. The first story of the house is brick and the entry door, placed just north of center, has a wide, smooth dressed stone surround. To the north of the entry are three narrow eight light casements unified with a brick sill. In the south portion of the main façade are three casements matching the windows to the north. The second floor is well defined with a jetty, as well as the use of stucco and vertical timber studs. A pair of casements is centered above each of the triple casements below. Centered above the entry is a single casement; all are defined with the use of timber surrounds. The intersecting gable facing the street is filled with clapboards. A large brick chimney is centered on the southern façade. Nothing is known about the original owner or the home’s architect.