It is a 1-story Ranch form (with an integrated garage) structure that county records list as being built in 1964. It exhibits Ranch/Rambler style in its low-slung hipped roof with very deep eaves and use of stone veneer to emphasize entryway of the building. The dwelling rests on a slightly raised concrete basement foundation, and its roof is clad in modern metal or vinyl shingles. The walls of most of the dwelling are clad in buff-colored striated brick laid in a common bond pattern. A portion of the primary facade surrounding the front entry and porch area is clad in rough-coursed stone veneer. Decorative concrete breeze block was used as for aesthetic effect along a portion of the wall for the integrated garage. The only notable external alterations are modern aluminum framed slider windows in the original openings and the modern roofing material. The awning appears to have replaced an older wood frame awning at the same location Two large modern sheds were present at the rear of the property parcel. These sheds are considered non-contributing to the property while the dwelling is considered contributing to the district.
The dwelling at 302 West State Street is the Joy and August Jung House.