It was built about 1747, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay brick dwelling with a low-pitched gable roof.
It is a two-story, frame building with a very low-pitched hipped roof.
It is 13 bays long and has a low-pitched gable roof.
It sits on a Pennsylvania bluestone foundation and has a low-pitched roof.
It sits on a brick foundation and has a low-pitched gable roof.
A parapet runs along the top of the house, behind which is a low-pitched roof.
Today, the addition's boxy top appears from the street to be an integral part of the 1950's bungalow, with its low-pitched roof.
It measures 45 feet by 65 feet and has a low-pitched gable roof.
It has a side-hall plan and a low-pitched gable roof.
The house had two stories and was cement rendered with a low-pitched roof behind a parapet.