Prominently sited at the crest of a hill, this large one-and-one-half frame house is one of Eden's most exuberant examples of the Queen Anne style with its irregular form and variety of rooflines and materials. Several shed-roofed dormers accent the gable, clipped gable, and bambrel main roofline, split shake shingles. German siding, and grids of decorative trim cover the upper elevations; and ornamental bargeboard appears in the bambrel and one of the gables. The deep wraparound porch supported by heavy turned posts is expanded by a porte cochere and spool frieze on the main facade and by a semicircular patio on the northeast elevation. The conversion of the south end of the porch to a sunroom concealed a one-story polygonal bay, still indicated by the polygonal roof above.