Complex and irregular in form and picturesque in character, this house is a leading example of the Tudor Revival style in Boone County. The home was constructed in the 1920's along Main Street in Florence. The steep, multi-gabled roof is covered with Spanish (flat) tile and features a “swaybacked” ridge. The walls are faced with wire-cut, chocolate-colored brick, and the windows have geometrical mullions.
The house was added to the National Register in 2005.