This house is a one story brick frame prairie style bungalow. It has a piered porch, deep eaves and windows that are in triplets and nearly Chicago style. The roof is hip and the plan is split level. It is typical of an architectural type.
This 1922 one story prairie style bungalow is typical of the houses built in Salt Lake luring the early 1920 f s. Ira J. Boyce, a real estate salesman lived here.
Ira J. Boyce, a son of John and Ella E. Despaine Boyce, was born in Salt Lake City, on rune 16, 1880. Boyce sold real estate and also worked as a salesman for the Federal Land and Investment Company.