Bishop Judson Tolman’s house across from the tithing office is a brick structure built in 1896. It is a two-story house with an L-shaped plan and a front porch. The roof is gabled, and the tall windows have curved tops. The exterior woodwork is among the best in Chesterfield. There is a balcony with a lattice-work railing above a double window on the front of the house, and also some fan-shaped trim at the tops of the columns on the porch. Inside the original woodwork includes attractive door and window frames with much of the painted-on wood graining still in good condition. The house is a familiar and thoroughly respectable type often seen in Mormon communities throughout the west.