Greek Revival house plans saw emergence in the United States in the early 1800's. Four major reasons saw this stately style develop: First, America was struggling to divorce itself from anything with British influence; second, Americans sympathized with the Greeks' current struggle for independence; third Greek Revival architecture brought a sense of permanence and solidity to the new American ideal; and finally Greece was civilizations first democracy and symbolized American ideals.... More >>
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This sign is a classic Greek Revival. The large double wrap-around porch shades all sides of the house, providing outdoor space for entertaining and relaxing, and a large upper viewing area. The interior of the home features 3 large bedroom suites, each having it's own sitting area and fireplace. The living, dining, and family all feature fireplaces, large triple-hung windows, wood floors, elaborate moldings, and generous spaces for furnishings. The stairs continue to an upstairs vestibule, and future space in the attic.
See 39-186 for companion garage - Future attic space - 2524 sq. ft. Total under roof - 10,424 sq. ft.
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