The Racine architectural firm of Guilbert & Funston designed this house in 1915 for John Reid Jr. and his family. The house is a fine example of English Tudor Revival, also known as the Stockbroker Tudor. The steeply pitched roof and gables, elaborate black chimneys, exposed beams and jutting upper stories are characteristic of the style, as are the half-timbering above and the brickwork below. A central gable dominates the front with its asymmetric roof line. The half timbering is, of course, decorative rather than structural. It's pattern of stucco and board is variegated, even playful.