Colonial revival

Colonial Revival Style Revived in Montserrat

By Seth Fowler / March 17, 2020 / 0 Comments
Colonial Revival in Montserrat

During the first half of the 20th century the dominant style for home construction was Colonial Revival. From 1910 to 1930s in America, nearly half of the homes built were in this simple, but elegant style that refers to early English and Dutch houses. Colonial Revival Revived Today, the Colonial Revival style is seen in […]

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The Perfect Home For The Holidays at 2012 Hawthorne Avenue

By Seth Fowler / December 12, 2017 / 0 Comments

Have you noticed that many Christmas-themed movies or TV shows always feature a traditional, Colonial Revival home for the holidays?  Why is that? Maybe I have been forced to watch too many Hallmark Channel specials over the past few weeks, but it certainly seems that the home style of choice for holiday movies is the […]

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Sunnybrook Estates Colonial Revival is in a League of its Own

By Karen Eubank / January 26, 2017 / 0 Comments

Sometimes you see a house and think, “Wow, I could just move right into that one.” That’s the way we feel about this Sunnybrook Estates colonial revival at 5033 Brookview Drive. Traditional homes create a strong pull. Many of us grew up in them, so they impart an immediate sense of home. But, we don’t […]

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Park Cities Historic Home Tour Features Full Restoration on Bryn Mawr

By Joanna England / April 5, 2016 / 3 Comments

The Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society puts on a can’t-miss tour every time, featuring some of the best-preserved homes throughout Highland Park and University Park. But sometimes a restoration becomes so much more than just fixing up an old house. Sometimes a restoration is more about celebrating craftsmanship and history. That’s what Patty and […]

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