|Address:||401 Gaskin Avenue|
|Architectural Style:||Colonial Revival / Craftsman|
|Year Built:||c. 1925; 1980|
The overall configuration of the house with its three bay facade and side gable roof resemble Colonial Revival houses of the 1930s, while the casement windows and wood shingles are more evocative of the craftsman tradition. It stands two stories in height, and has a central wood door flanked by two multi-pane wood casement windows. The second floor has three casement windows. The west side of the house has a small single-story section. Extending from the northwest corner of the house is a gabled board and batten addition that has a full basement and a ground-level entrance. This house is surrounded by trees, and is not easily visible from the street.