|Address:||401 East Woodside Drive|
|Year Built:||c. 1917|
It is not known who originally constructed this house, but it is an excellent example of small-scale Craftsman style. It was most likely built in the early 20th century, and features a cross-gable roof covered in slate shingles. The home is a single story tall, with large tripartite sinlge-hung sash windows. There is a large porch that wraps around the northwest corner, with delicate spindle columns. The exterior is covered with wood shake siding, which may be original to the home.