Architecture Style


Cape Cod.
( 1637-on)
Georgian
(1780--on)

Federal
(1815-1830)

Greek Revival
(1830-1875)

Second Empire
(1865-1880)

Italianate
(1840-1880)

 

Characteristics:

Three basic forms: half cape, three quarter cape and full cape
Floor plans varied with size
Low design
Clapboarded fronts or south side
Keeping room
Large center Chimney
Back door entrance
Decorative front entrance only
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Characteristics:
Steep roof
brackets
Narrow windows
Dormers
Door Hoods
Steep Gables

 

Characteristics:
Asymmetric Design
Large window lights
Towers
Boxy Rectangles
Bay Windows
Balconys
Hip Roofs
Dentils
Brackets
Characteristics:
Corner Returns
Window Hoods
Smal window lights
Two Stories
Pilastered Corner Boards
Narrow Chimney
Gabled Roof
Door Lights
Frieze Boards


Second Empire
(1865-1880)

Characteristics:
Mansard Roofs
Eave Brackets
Fancy Window Surrounds, Bay Window
Tall windows with large lights
Door Hoods,Can be two to two and a half storeys
Flat topped windows on the bottom and arch windows on the top floors
Main door hooded with portico and columns

Stick style Victorian
(1860-1890)

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Stick style Victorian
(1860-1890)

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Stick style Victorian
(1860-1890)

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