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Fresh modern take on a French vernacular farmhouse.
Exquisite attention to detail. Quality materials right down to the copper flashing.
Classic older home illustrating good design, proper scale and massing, with quality materials and craftsmanship! Colonial Revival with craftsman details. Authentic functional shutters are nice and not a sham as you typically find on new construction.
Bright and cheery Cap Cod.
Nice neoclassic chippendale railing!
Very English Arts & Crafts looking. Voysey buttresses.
Old World Tudor style! Copper gutters and leaders!
Nice Tudor house! Freshen up the landscaping. The house is perfect as is, don't tamper with success!
Judging from the house next door and the scale of the house pictured, this is a revamped older home. Overall, it's a very successful design. This should be done more often instead of building subdivisions of new McMansions
Nice historic Tudor could benefit from new landscraping scheme; the evergreen shrubbery is obscuring the windows.
Beautiful Tudor with clinker brick!
Fully glazed cathedral space to the extreme left in the photo is awesome; modernizes this Tudor without marring the historic style.
This looks liks a Robert Stevenson designed Tudor from the 1920s. The addition to the left in the photo doesn't integrate well with the original house, especially the craftsman style gable dormer.
Overall, a very poorly executed design, trying desperately to be Tudor and failing miserably. The details are completely out of whack. The mishmash of windows is most unfortunate. The palladian window is particularly abhorrent to my architectural senses.
This house looks more French Norman to me than Tudor. Probably an electic mix of the two styles. Would need to see more photographs to make a positive identification. The addition, as viewed from the front facade is almost seamless. Very nice design overall.
Historic older home that appears to have an original Ludowici tile roof that will outlast the house. Beautiful home. Older houses like this are the best.
Nice classical designed recessed entrance porch.
Unsurpassed elegance. Exquisite and enduring materials: stone, brick, tile.
Corbelled chimney effect is too heavy!
Slate would look good on this design.
Substantial Garrison Colonial Style house. Nice. Not sure if I like the wrought iron work over the entry though.
Solid and stately looking French Provincial house. Like the segmental top engaged dormers piercing the edges of the hip roof.
A detached garage that does a house proud. Matches the house perfectly, as it should.
Handsome French Normandy house. The steeply pitched roof is what sets the tone for this design. A lower pitched roof wouldn't work as well.
Nice gothic arched batten style door.
The irregular wavy siding is terrific!
Nice Tudor house in the UK. The half-timber looks authentic. Not crazy about what appear to be double-hung windows. Casements or a combination of casements and double-hung windows would work better.
Nice prairie style house. The garage door is run of the mill builder grade, however. Awesome overhanging roof.
Old world charm in an architect designed new construction house. Impeccable!
This design is not unlike those of Lutyens or BaillieScott. Phenomenal design proving that good traditional residential design can still be achieved in 2012. Far superior to the mcmansions being thrown up by the thousands that give traditional design a bad name.
Nice house, but could be improved with some decorative brickwork.
Brand new American Foursquare. A true American original.
Designer executed an ideal solution for a new entry to this French Provincial style house, integrating a classical columned portico seamlessly into the exterior envelope of this house. It looks original to the house!
Very familiar with this French Provincial style house that almost never had an entry portico. Perfect solution that is both aesthetically attractive and functional at the same time and using good design principles.
Nice French eclectic design.
Overkilled design. This design has way too much extraneous detail.
Custom cabinetry for a highend kitchen design.
1920s Tudor and look at it! Still beautiful and functional for today's lifestyle. Good design never goes out of style.
Series of arches; brick voussoirs. Brick herringbone pattern pavement.
Nice details; unique treatment of window with a conductor head/conductor separating them. Tile roof; all brick exterior.
Tudor chimney detail.
Reminiscent of the work of Mellor Meigs and Howe. Stunningly beautiful.
An equestrian estate.
An idyllic tranquil setting for this exquisitely designed country house.
Tuscan columned arcade on an English Tudor country house.
Approach to a stunning new house.
High end kitchen with high grade materials and appliances.