An early morning fire at 1617 N. 45th Terrace is under investigation, according to the Fire Department.
The home was a total loss, estimated at $95,000 for the structure and contents, a spokesman said. There were no working smoke alarms.
When fire crews arrived around 3:50 a.m. Jan. 30, they saw heavy fire from the single-family home, the spokesman said.
Originally crews were told there was someone in the building, but a search found no one there, and later they were told everyone had been able to get out uninjured, he said. Four adult males lived at the home.
Firefighters made an interior attack but were forced out when the roof collapsed at the rear of the structure, the spokesman said. Power lines were down at the back of the building, and the Board of Public Utilities was called to disconnect utilities.
The fire investigator arrived to examine the fire scene and determine the cause.
The four residents declined Red Cross assistance. There were no injuries.