|Address:||207 Ward Street|
|Architectural Style:||Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1910; 1999|
The house possesses elements from several different architectural styles. It is estimated that the original construction dates to the early- to mid-20th century. The building features a cross-gable roof with a steep pitch. The main facade is defined by a projecting front gable ell, part of the original structure, with an asymmetrical roofline and window configuration. The southern window on the first floor was originally an entrance, was converted into a window when the north wing was extended c. 1999. A wide front porch enxtends the length of the house in this newer addition, which also features two wall dormers extending from the roofline.