This two-unit building on Catalpa has lion sculptures to greet you at the base of the stairs. It was built in 1912 by architect F. Lindquist. The entrance has a small overhang roof with a raised fret design on the edge and it is supported by decorative brackets. The original glass door is in the center with clear glass sidelights. A horizontal band of limestone extends along the façade and around the side porches. At the second floor level the brick work by the porches is more decorative with four limestone squares. Three brick columns with decorative limestone details at the top support the porch. The roof further reinforces the horizontal with the original green tile band around two sides of the building.

The entrance hall is tiled to look like a carpet with a fret design along the edges and a center floral design. The first floor unit has an entrance hall that opens into the living room. This wide entrance is original and the wood is painted with the moldings including a crown along the top. The living room has an original gas fireplace and built-in book cases. The two sidelight windows above the mantel are replacements for the original stained glass which has been retained in the second floor unit. The French door with 10 panes of glass opens onto a large and spacious porch with original bead board ceiling.

Through another wide archway is the dining room which was originally the family parlor. The windows in this room form a bay. All the floors are oak and all the woodwork is original. As you step into the hall you will notice a doorway frame that is closed off. It was originally an opening to the front hall that was covered over in order to place an armoire in the reception hall for a coat closet.

The hallway passes by four bedrooms, two on each side of the hall. The first on the right has a full bath. The next two on the left are larger and have angled windows that form a bay on the façade of the building. A former resident says that one of these rooms once had a sink installed in the corner of the room for washing up. The main bathroom is opposite these two rooms and has been updated. The fourth bedroom, on the right seems to have been expanded since part of the flooring is maple, which matches the kitchen. It may have been part of a pantry.

The kitchen is in its original location and has been completely redesigned with cherry cabinets and granite countertops. New appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator covered in cherry. Next to it a china hutch has been built-in. The large open room was once the dining room with coffered ceiling and bay window and an additional window facing the side yard. It now serves as a relaxing and eating area with a small table by the windows.