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American Four Square
The American Foursquare is known for its simple box shape, four room floor plan, low hipped roof with deep eaves, and full width porch. Otherwise known as the Prairie Box, the Foursquare is a post-Victorian style which shares the characteristic interiors of Craftsman Bungalows such as open floor plans, loads of built-ins, and fireplaces. The square form of this popular style allowed for spacious interiors on small city lots.
Many Foursquares are outfitted with tiled roofs, cornice brackets, and/or other details pulled from Craftsman, Italian Renaissance, or Mission influences.
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Common Addition to home dimensions and sizes include: 12 x 12 addition, 26 x 28, 10 x 16, 2 story, 20 x 20, 40 x 40, 20 x 24, 16 x 24, 22 x 22, 10 x 20, 24 x 15, 27 x 20, 10 x 40, 20 x 26, 9 x 12, 30 x 30, 20 x 12
During the Victorian period, houses were built with steep pitched rooflines, multiple fireplaces, and asymmetrical lines. Many modest versions of the Country Victorian were built in intown Atlanta. These quaint homes usually boast fireplaces with decorative mantles, six panel wood doors in either heartpine or oak, hardwood floors and expansive front porches.
Otherwise known as the National Style, these noble homes reflect the stoic architecture of the ancient Greeks. Greek Revivals usually feature a clapboard exterior, basic moldings, plain friezes, a symmetrical shape, heavy cornices, and a pedimented gable. Oftentimes, they have porches with decorative columns and pilasters — and feature sidelights around the front door.
The Italianate style was inspired by the country villas of northern Italy and began in England as part of the picturesque movement. By the 1840’s, they began sprouting onto the American landscape in the form of rectangular masses, often arranged into asymmetric blocks.
Featuring low-pitched, sometimes flat roofs, heavy supporting brackets under the eaves, and windows with one or two panes arched with decorated crowns, heavy hoods or elaborate surrounds, the style almost always includes porches or small porticos. Unfortunately, there are very few Italianates in the Atlanta area, as the 1860’s and 1870’s coincided with the economic devastation brought on by the Civil War.
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