Spring Glen Cottage
Colonial homes of the subtype Georgian, Adam, or early Classic Revival became prominent in the years between 1700s to 1850s. These homes are among the most long-lived styles of American building according to A Field Guide to American Houses by Virginia and Lee McAlister. This style dominated the English colonies for most of the 18th century. The style is usually a simple one or two story home with a side gabled, gambrel, hipped, or center gabled roof. The exterior was usually adorned with classic elements such as pedimented dormers, pedimented windows, brick quoins, pilasters, and center front gables. Garrell Associates has made reference to these early homes of America and incorporated our modern, open, and well lighted floor plans to create home plans that relate to both the past and present.
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