Two and one-half story wood frame; gable roof with paired gable dormers on main (east) facade; broad overhanging eaves with knee braces; horizontal clapboard siding; windows multi-light casement and one-over-one double hung sash; some large single light fixed windows and sliding glass doors on main facade. Building of similar design in the rear (west) of main house.
Replacement of original windows with large fixed panes and sliding glass doors.
Sources of information:
Robert Keeney interview 5/25/82
Clay, Scott, Jackson County Sites Survey, 1979
On Register of Historic Places, but not attributed to Frank Clark, which lists Henry Farnum as architect (application prepared by George Kramer). http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natregsearchresult.do?fullresult=true&recordid=8
On National Register of Historic Places:
In Lure of Medford Inventory:
Currently Willows Cooking School and B&B (2/10/2013). Henry Farnum, not Frank Clark, was the architect. Clark did remodel the garage (courtesy George Kramer)