Probably built around 1920, this house originally had late Prairie styling, some of which remains. The low veneer of buff brick still provides a strong horizontal emphasis while windows retain their three-over-one sashes. It’s difficult to say exactly what this house looked like prior to its style-reassignment surgery, but it is possible that there was more horizontal banding of some type. The house is a basic Foursquare in form, with small one-room extensions to the side and rear which appear to be original.
At some point, almost certainly the 1970’s, the house adopted a Tudor attitude. Faux half-timbering above some sort of stucco finish clads the first story while the second is clad in shake shingles – both 70’s favorites! Additionally, a rock veneer surrounds the entry.