This one story house has Eastlake Victorian trappings in a vernacular frame house, It has excellent Eastlake detailing especially in the extended square bay window, bargeboard, porch bracket and corner trim and lintel caps. It is one of the best examples of exterior Eastlake detailing in the area and possibly the state.

The Herman Holstain Anderson house is one of the best examples of Eastlake detailing in the State of Utah. Anderson was an architect in Salt Lake City.

Anderson was born May 17, 1862, in Denmark. He and his mother joined the Mormon Church and came to Utah in 1881. Anderson worked as a laborer and carpenter in Salt Lake. He was a self-styled builder- architect and designed at least fifty-nine homes and buildings between 1891-1893. He designed the Sears and Irving Building, the Equil Coop Building, and the David Lennox Murdock home at 73 G Street (National Register site) .

Anderson attended the 18th ward. He died in 1897. The house remained in the family and is now owned by a granddaughter.

Located at 207 Canyon Road in the City Creek Canyon Historic District of Salt Lake City, Utah.