This high three-storey house was ordered around the year 1909 by the Simonet family to contractor Jean Hugen (or Hugin). It has the same architectural features as the Simonet House located in the avenue Bouvier: a Neoclassical style, a richly decorated main façade, which was so typical of the early 20th-century city style. We can also notice a similar use of local limestone blocks.
The commercial ground floor has a large window above which one can see a female face fringed with laurel branches. The second level is decorated with a drapery frieze. The third level features a medallion adorned with branches.