|Address:||205 West Brooklyn Street|
|Year Built:||c. 1915|
This house is a 2-story, vernacular front gable house, similar in style to simple Greek Revival architecture of the 19th century. It has a large picture window to the right of the door, which is most likely original to the house. Beneath the gable is a small ocular ventilation window, similar to what is sometimes found in vernacular Italianate homes. The front porch roof is supported by three delicate, spindle turned columns, with two spindle pilasters against the house. A 2-story square bay with a gable roof projects from the west side of the house.