Style: Colonial Revival
Description: This is a one and a half story wood frame structure with wood clapboard siding on the first story, wood shingles on the second story, and a cut stone foundation. The roofline is primarily a front gabled pent, with the peak extending slightly outward over dentil. A small front porch on the north also has a front gabled pent roofline. Cut scrollwork decorates both front gables, a band under the porch gable, and the sides of the second story window. On the south side of the house is a side gable. On the north side of the house is a two story semi-hexagonal bay with hipped roof. Simple brackets line the eaves of the roof.
Construction Date: 1902
address is first listed in the 1902 City Directory, and the structure appears
on the 1903 Sanborn Insurance Map. The
first residents were Dr. Arthur A. Deyoe, manager of
the Boston Dental Parlors on