This Arts and Crafts residence has retained many of its original features, such as its full open front verandah with twinned square columns, shingle siding, and triangular eave brackets. Typical of the era, the front door has glazed insets and the living room window assembly has opening casements and transoms above. The second floor sleeping porch has retained its original arched openings. It has been restored and is in very good condition. It was built by C.A. Curseaden of Kerrisdale and sold to James William Atkey (1868-1956), a general store merchant, and his wife Harriet Ellen (née Bugg, 1868-1944) in 1915.