The house was built around 1930. This house with French hood is equipped with a later construction and separate shed. The type of house is common in villages and small towns, mainly to the old main streets, such as so-called "ribbons" and dikes.
Mansarde roofs, which is what the form of the angled roof is called, have been built in the Netherlands for a long time and still are. Examples are also available from 1850 to 2013.
The type of house also lends itself to a situation on a narrow plot, as we often see in the western part of the Netherlands.
Striking is the niche in which the frontdoor is located. The masonry consists of the so-called chain-link or Norwegian.
Although there is decorative brickwork present in the ridge of the facade, the building originally was built as a sober, but certainly not poor house.
The shed and construction are of a later date, due to the fact that these parts are equipped with a gable roof. The detached shed has brick gables and wood-paneled walls.