Rose Hill Mansion: Examples of Greek Revival Architecture

Rose Hill Mansion: Examples of Greek Revival Architecture

Overlooking Seneca Lake in Geneva, N.Y., Rose Hill Mansion is considered a fine example of Greek Revival architecture. The home was built in 1839 and features many classic features of Greek Revival architecture, including a pediment supported by a row of six huge Ionic columns.

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