This house first appears in the tax records in 1878 in the name of Harvey Whedon, who probably was the builder. It is Queen Anne in style, one of the first in Hudson. It has a dominant front gable on the slate, hipped roof and a smaller gable at the ridge. The front façade is truncated under the front gable and incorporates first and second story windows in the cutaway, flanking a center window on the first story and paired windows on the second. The siding is angled on the gable ends.