|Address:||108 West Woodside Drive|
|Architectural Style:||Vernacular; Victorian Cottage|
|Year Built:||c. 1890; c. 1930|
The style of this house was popular among middle-class citizens of the mid-19th to early-20th centuries, and is commonly referred to as a "Victorian Cottage." It features a 2-story L-shaped floorplan with a moderately sloped cross-gable roof and tall narrow windows popular in this time period. Th small portico covering the main entrance is a later addition. Two small, single-story additions were constructed on the northwest corner of the house sometime around the 1930s.