Built in the late 1830's this two story brick house is an unusual version of the Creole cottage.
The lower story, with four square rooms, cabinet gallery and French doors has a half story super imposed with identical floor plan. No Dormers are here, because the need for them is obviated by the already enlarged space of the upper level. The wrought iron bearers are common to the cottage style from the late eighteenth century.( New Orleans Architecture Volume IV: The Creole Fauburgs-pelican publishing)