Style: Queen Anne
Description: A two-story wood frame structure with wood clapboard siding on the first story, wood shingle on the second, and a cut stone foundation. The complex roofline is cross-gabled. A large wraparound porch on the front has turned wood posts and railing, dentil in the eaves, and a starburst decorated gable over a double door entry. Above the main porch on the right is a small second story porch with turned wood posts and a starburst decorated gable. Facing front on the left is a hipped gable with a gable dormer, the latter exhibiting a starburst and small pilasters flanking the windows. Below the eaves of this gable is a decorative floral pattern panel. An eyebrow dormer also faces front. On the south is a side gable under which are brackets and a first story cutaway bay. On the north is a side gable cantilevered over a two story curved bay. Leaded glass transoms are located on all sides of the house.
Construction Date: 1896
original blueprints of the house are dated 1896. A history of this house is a history of the
Davidson family who resided here from at least 1871to 1940. James A. Davidson was born