From the “Inventory of Buildings in District”:
“Courtenay-Arnold House”. 1887. Conservative,one-story frame, five-bay, hip-roofed cottage. Inset gallery with square columns. Pedimented dormer ventilates attic. Attached rear service ell. Unaltered interior. A good late example of popular antebellum form. Built by Cloisel Courtenay.
– National Register of Historic Places, Inventory — Nomination Form, 1978