Edward Goeggle, a showmaker, was one of the early occupants of this house. His daughter, Anna, lived here until her house at 415 North State was built in 1931. This house features the T-plan style with Italianate influence; one and a half story, with replacement siding, and gable roof. The porches on either side of the center projecting pavilion feature turned posted and column and similar turned corbels. The Italianate influence is evident in the entry doors on the north, south, and west elevations.
A large, modern garage outbuilding is non-contributing to the historic district.