The Graham residence is a craftsman-style two-story 5,740 square-foot home sited in a rural valley with mountain views. The wood frame structure is clad in masonry and fiber cement siding. Woodworking is the owner's avocation requiring an independent 1,200 square-foot woodworking shop. His interest in wood encouraged the craftsman style design and abundant woodworking details throughout the house. The glass enclosed central stair has a prairie style handrail and newel posts crafted from cherry and walnut. The floors are zebrawood. Other wood working details include the red cedar trusses at the entry, richly paneled kitchen cabinets, a copper-clad fireplace chimney and mantle, and a downstairs pub.