This is a 1 1/2 story Victorian cottage on a high stone foundation. It has a main hip roof with a dormer window, and a projecting front bay that has a segmental hip roof. The dormers have curved, wood shingled walls. Main walls are of buff-colored brick. Water table is of rough faced brick. Massive sills and lintels are of rough faced stone. Several windows have leaded glass transoms. A curved side bay window is located to the north. The front porch has fine woodwork, including a dentilled cornice, paired Tuscan columns on posts, and spindle decoration between the tops of the paired columns. The porch balustrade is iron.
This house was built over the winter of 1904-1905 for Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Player Raleigh. She was born February 6, 1838 in Cardiff, Wales, of English parents. She came to Salt Lake with a handcart company in 1856. A member of the LDS Church she was active in the Relief Society work of the 19th Ward. She was one of four wives of Alonzo H. Raleigh, by whom she had eight children. She sold the property in 1937, subject to a life estate.