The house was uncluttered with ornamentation and even lacked a dormer on the long roof above the front porch. There were two curious design elements first the pseudo gable at left above the porch and the half window between two windows on the second floor of the front elevation.
The residence of Martin Davidson on Wisconsin Street was built about 1890 and displayed a more classical style as well as being larger than the Miller place. Mr. Davidson was a carpenter by trade and may have had a hand in building his house. As with other dwelling of this style, the second floor is shingled covered and the first floor is clad in clapboard. There was on the right side a bay which rises to the second floor and above the front porch is a small dormer.