Neoclassical Style

  • 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

  • Example of a Neoclassical home.

    The Neoclassical home possesses formal proportions and presents a classical, ageless beauty. This home boasts key features such as: elaborate doorways with decorative surrounds and pediments,…   See the Image

  • Plantation Style

    Published 02/18/13 in Home Styles
    Plantation Style

    Popular throughout the South Carolina countryside, plantation-style homes feature influences from the neoclassical and French Colonial architectural styles.   See the Image

  • View: San Francisco

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    To top it off, you can enjoy amazing views of Alcatraz, Angel Island and the rest of the Bay Area sights.

    To top it off, you can enjoy amazing views of Alcatraz, Angel Island and the rest of the Bay Area sights.   See the Image

  • Known as the Hellman Mansion, the home has been meticulously restored, with a grand style that’s evident throughout the residence.

    Known as the Hellman Mansion, the home has been meticulously restored, with a grand style that’s evident throughout the residence.   See the Image

  • Living Room: San Francisco

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    The focal point in this classic living room is the bold painting that sits just above the couch.

    The focal point in this classic living room is the bold painting that sits just above the couch.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: San Francisco

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    Dark gray trim and cabinetry, and copper accents give the kitchen a modern, yet Old World, feel.

    Dark gray trim and cabinetry, and copper accents give the kitchen a modern, yet Old World, feel.   See the Image

  • Exterior: San Francisco

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    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.

    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.   See the Image

  • Deck: San Francisco

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    The home's deck area is a prime spot for outdoor entertaining.

    The home's deck area is a prime spot for outdoor entertaining.   See the Image

  • There home features seven fireplaces, a master suite with a sitting/dressing room and two master baths, and a wine cellar.

    There home features seven fireplaces, a master suite with a sitting/dressing room and two master baths, and a wine cellar.   See the Image