The property consists of a single dwelling, one and a half story house constructed between 1940 and 1949. The house was built in minimal traditional style, and displays the transformation from English Vernacular Revival into the American vernacular. Defining architectural elements include rectangular floor plan with asymmetrical front entry and portico, lateral porte-cochere, steeply-pitched cross-gable with metal awning, and 6/6 double-hung sash windows that are tripled along the facade. The south side of the house has a partial-width, gable porch wing with rounded archways that is flush with the façade. Porch enclosure is not original.
The foundation material is brick, with exterior material also consisting of brick throughout. The roof material is asphalt shingle, with one interior lateral chimney and two interior rear chimneys. The property also has a detached single car garage to the rear of the house that was also constructed in the 1940s. The yard setting is casual and unplanned, with no definable landscaping elements. #architecture #cultural_resources #Georgia #historic_preservation #Springfield #vernacular