Federal Revival Style Federalist architecture has its roots in England. It was favored in America during the late 1700s and early 1800s, although you'll see Federalist details in many homes today. Characteristics: -- Large and graceful two-story brick with massive chimneys -- Centered front door often sheltered by a portico and topped with a fan-shaped transom light -- Dentil moldings in the cornice and fan-shape or elliptical gable windows -- Palladian windows -- Oval rooms and recessed…

Federal Revival Style Federalist architecture has its roots in England. It was favored in America during the late 1700s and early 1800s, although you'll see Federalist details in many homes today. Characteristics: -- Large and graceful two-story brick with massive chimneys -- Centered front door often sheltered by a portico and topped with a fan-shaped transom light -- Dentil moldings in the cornice and fan-shape or elliptical gable windows -- Palladian windows -- Oval rooms and recessed…

Isaiah Davenport House in Savannah, GA: The 1820 Federal-style house on Columbia Square is widely considered to be one of the nation’s finest examples of Georgian architecture.

Isaiah Davenport House in Savannah, GA: The 1820 Federal-style house on Columbia Square is widely considered to be one of the nation’s finest examples of Georgian architecture.

Philadelphia.  Society Hill. Architecture. Doorway.  Federal.  Georgian.  Greek Revival. Black and cream glossy painted door.

Philadelphia. Society Hill. Architecture. Doorway. Federal. Georgian. Greek Revival. Black and cream glossy painted door.

Old Town Hall in Salem, Massachusetts (dating from 1816-17). Features: Symmetrical facade; 6-over-6 double-hung windows with shutters; paneled door with elaborate surround (pediment, pilasters, sidelights, and fanlight); dentil molding or other decoration at cornice.

Old Town Hall in Salem, Massachusetts (dating from 1816-17). Features: Symmetrical facade; 6-over-6 double-hung windows with shutters; paneled door with elaborate surround (pediment, pilasters, sidelights, and fanlight); dentil molding or other decoration at cornice.

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