Two story house with hipped roof, deck and railing and Ionic columns which support the center extension's second story balcony. Doric columns support the rest of the porch. The facade is symmetrical, the eaves are detailed as classical cornices, the projecting central extension on the facade is crowned with a triangular pediment and supporting pilasters Windows are rectangular with double hung sashes. Frame structure with stone foundation; frame covered with six inch channel siding. One-over-one light windows predominate. The entrance has a two paneled door with transom and is flanked by transomed windows. Multi-colored stained glass is used in several places throughout.
The original carriage house was torn down in the early 1970's to make way for a classroom building.
Sources of information:
Ashland Daily Tidings 12/29/04
Medford Mail Tribune 6/1/20