Neoclassical Style

  • Fireplace: Historic Tracy Mansion

    Designed by architect Frank J. Helmle, the historic Brooklyn, N.Y., Tracy mansion has it all. Built in 1912, the home features opulent details like this eight-foot-tall Italian marble fireplace. High…   See the Image

  • Front Facade: Historic Tracy Mansion

    Modified Corinthian columns adorn the front of this neoclassical masterpiece in Brooklyn, N.Y. Designed by architect Frank J. Helmle, the beautiful mansion has had only three owners since it was…   See the Image

  • Entryway: Historic Tracy Mansion

    A grand, historic mansion needs a fabulous entryway. Architect Frank J. Helmle delivers with this beautiful marble entry hall, complete with bronze doors and a vaulted ceiling. The spectacular home…   See the Image

  • The most famous example of Neoclassical architecture in the United States is likely Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Virginia.

    See examples of the neoclassical architectural style and famous neoclassical landmarks.   See the Gallery

  • Example of a Neoclassical home.

    The Neoclassical style fell out of vogue in the beginning of the 20th century. However, Neoclassical architecture still symbolizes wealth and success. Their formality and importance seemed to…   See the Image

  • This Southern mansion is a good example of a Neoclassical building.

    This Southern mansion is a good example of a Neoclassical building constructed in the Beaux Arts style. Beaux Arts, which is French for "fine arts," started at the Ecole des Beaux Arts…   See the Image

  • The United State Supreme Court is an example of Neoclassical architecture.

    The United State Supreme Court building is another large-scale example of the Neoclassical style. The style was used widely in the early part of the 20th century institutional settings. Though…   See the Image

  • In 49ers territory, this seven-bedroom home in the Pacific Heights section of San Francisco was designed in 1902 by renowned San Francisco architect Julius Krafft.

    Learn more about this historic neoclassical home in San Francisco, Calif.   See the Gallery

  • Aerial View: New Jersey Stone Estate

    Channel your inner aristocrat in this $27 million dollar stone mansion in New Jersey.   See the Gallery

  • The most famous example of Neoclassical architecture in the United States is likely Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Virginia.

    The most famous example of Neoclassical architecture in the United States is likely Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Virginia. Monticello, which took nearly 40 years to build, demonstrates…   See the Image