- Palladian design and geometry
- brick with contrasting sandstone
- hipped roofs
- personal residential scale
This style is typically simple, formal, and symmetrical. Windows usually align floor-to-floor. Three major roof forms dominate this style. The gambrel, hipped, and gabled roofs are found throughout the Eastern seaboard. In large southern homes brick was the most common building material and roofs were most often hipped.
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