John and Ida Schnarr built this house in 1929 and moved here from their previous home immediately to the west. It is an excellent example of a vernacular bungalow and is one of the most intact in Wildwood. The home has been converted to a business and is currently the location of Butler Security.
This bungaloid house has a side gabled roof with an inset front porch at the right two bays of the façade. At the left bay is a triple set of 4/1 windows; the front door appears new, and the right bay has a pair of 4/1 windows. The corner post supporting the roof at the right end of the façade is squared and tapered wood. The porch appears to have a wood deck supported on concrete piers. The gabled dormer facing the street has a triple set of 3/1 windows. There is an exterior chimney in the left elevation just forward of the roof ridge. A bracketed hood faces east covering a door at grade in the right (east) elevation.