The property consists of a single dwelling, one story house constructed in 1925. The house was built in the bungalow style and features craftsman and colonial revival architectural elements typical of Southern vernacular in the Springfield area during the early twentieth century. These elements include rectangular floor plan with symmetrical front porch, widely overhanging eaves, a hipped roof, and triple 1/1 double-hung sash windows.
The foundation material is continuous brick, with vinyl siding along the exterior walls. The roof material is metal-pressed shingle with one lateral interior brick chimney and a second chimney located at the off-center, also in brick. The property also contains a front gabled, concreted block garage from the 1950s and a storage shed that is not included in the historic features of the property. The yard setting is casual and unplanned, with no definable landscaping elements. #ARCHITECTURE #COMMUNITY #EFFINGHAM_COUNTY #GA #HISTORIC_PRESERVATION #RESIDENTIAL #SOUTHERN_DWELLINGS #SPRINGFIELD #VERNACULAR