This modest one-story residence actually has a blend of styles featuring both Victorian and bungalow traits. The structure’s hipped roof and decorative front facing gable are combined with a sheltered porch supported by concrete pilasters with pedestals and tapered posts. In this case, the result provides a well-proportioned, coherent design.
The house may have been constructed in the early 1900s and moved to its present location in 1917. As an example of turn-of-the-century working class housing, it shows how Victorian and bungalow features were mixed in simple residential construction. The house is named for its present owners, Roger and Cheryl Storts.