This is listed in the National Register as the Smith-Waterman House. The main part of the house is a late Federal house with hipped roof and monitor probably built in the 1820s and moved to this site in the 1860s before it was updated and expanded in the 1870s. The original location is not known.
The windows are mixed with tall originals on the first floor and modern replacements on the second and side of first.
The siding is wood clapbord.
The chimney is old but the house was probably built with two symmetrically placed chimneys.