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rventura

still don't know what style this is. love the Italianate house.


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Jay Greene Photography

While I am an architectural photographer and not an architect, I believe that I recognize the style presented here as Italianate. While the belt line and arched front door are obscured, the overhanging cornices, blocked masses and symmetric roofline are good indicators. The photograph shows what appears to be a large picture window in the middle of the second floor. I think that either the home is modern and this is a modern interpretation, or the homeowner has made a change from the original framed glazing.

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rventura
Yes Jay Greene, it does look like a modernized version of an Italianate! Thank you!
   

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