|Address:||202 West Woodside Drive|
|Architectural Style:||Vernacular; Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1930|
The house moste likely dates to the 1930s, and was built with some influence from the Colonial Revival style. The main portion of the house was built two stories tall, and features a single double-hung window on the second floor, while the first floor exhibits a tripartite series of double-hung windows. The main entrance is located in the short single-story addtion to the east, and is covered by a Colonial Revival influenced cantilever roof, supported by brackets and simple square pilasters. This addition may have started as an open or enclosed porch. A large chimney exists on the house's west facade.