Classical Revival (1890s-1930s)

The Classical Revival was popular throughout the country in the late 1800s and early 1900s.  It traces its roots to Greek and Roman architecture, with some elements borrowed from earlier American styles such as Georgian Colonial and Greek Revival.  Classical Revival houses are generally rectangular, with low-pitched roofs and classical details such as columns, pilasters, and balustrades, and early American elements such as window shutters and sidelights.

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