This Shingle style home features prominent elements of the Colonial Revival style which include the Palladian window at the gambrel dormer, decorative garlands, and massing. The home was built for Edwin D. Sibley, who was born and raised in Boston. He later graduated from Harvard Law School in 1881. He practiced law in downtown Boston before purchasing a new home in Somerville on the newly platted Westwood Road subdivision. In Somerville, he worked in various boards and commissions and later became Mayor of Somerville.