Shingle style. This new house most resembles the shingle style of Victorian-era houses. Beyond the defining, shingled exterior walls, an asymmetrical elevation shows steeply pitched roofs with varying eave heights and shed dormers breaking them. Varying sizes and grouping of openings, and especially the curved wall framing the center upper-floor windows, establish its identity. This styling is one of the most popular in American homebuilding now, especially in the Southeast. Note that in the three Victorian houses presented here you will find trim, columns and other features also influenced by classical architecture. Their medieval touches come from organic forms and irregular massing.