This multi unit building was constructed of wood in the early part of the 20th century. It was built in 1909 by architect Perley Hale for owners Licherty and Lohenrich. The original wood siding has been covered with aluminum but some of the details like the second floor porch are still visible. The front of the home has a stacked bay which brings light into the living room. At the third floor is an unusual window which is Gothic in style. It is centered on what would be a Palladian window with one large center window and two smaller ones on the sides. The pediment on the front porch has some decorative raised design which would have been typical for the time.

The entrance hall indicates two units with the original oak framing and original oak doors. The sidelights are leaded glass.

On the first floor there is a reception hall with a large oak framed mirror. The lady of the house may have wanted this for her preparations in leaving the home. This entrance open directly into the front parlor or living room. From there you can see the dramatic entrance to the dining room with turned wood columns and a bracket to frame the space. The dining room ceiling is beamed in oak and a lovely period chandelier hangs in the middle. At the back of the room is a built-in oak china hutch. The wall facing the side has two windows at angles, and a centered stained glass window with grape leaves and grape clusters.

To the left of the dining room is the main bedroom. There is a back hallway leading to the bathroom and kitchen. The bathroom is new, with marble floor and glass and ceramic tile in the walk-in shower. The hallway leads further to the remodeled kitchen with quartz counter tops and new Cherry cabinets with an espresso finish by Builders Cabinet Supply. The center cabinet is designed to be a gathering place, a work place and an eating place. The maple floor is original. Off this room is a second bedroom.

The back of the kitchen has been opened up with double glass doors out to a cozy porch with a view to the neighbors beautiful blue spruce tree and a terraced backyard. From this room you can go up to the second floor.

The second floor apartment has been duplexed to a third floor Master bedroom suite. A new staircase was added. The kitchen has been expanded with a similar central counter similar to the first floor kitchen and a play room where the first floor bedroom would be. The kitchen cabinets are cherry and the counters are black granite. The floor has been tiled.

Through the hallway you will see a full bath with ceramic tile and then the dining room with beamed ceiling. One change has been made in the dining room where the china cabinet once stood now has a beautiful oak and tile fireplace. The same stained glass window is installed between two angled windows. The living room toward the front of the home has a small room attached to it with French doors.

From the dining room you may exit down the front stairs. In the hallway there is another oak framed mirror with decorative detailing. The third unit or garden apartment has been been updated and has a separate entrance, but it will not be open today.