A cheery blue front door and large demilune front porch with Corinthian columns give this Greek Revival-style home in Huntsville, Ala. timeless curb appeal. The home's brick front steps keep the porch from feeling too formal.
Up close, this exquisite mansion exemplifies Gothic-revival style with ornate gable designs, a beautiful stone facade, and multiple brick chimneys. The hilltop estate sits on 1.3 acres and the home features nine bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven fireplaces.
The remodel satisfied the homeowners’ desire for more space; among the rooms that were remodeled were a ground-floor kitchen and a second-floor bathroom. Every detail of the remodel was designed to meet the strict requirements of the Mills Act for remodeling historical homes.
Known by the locals as the Crow's Nest, this sensational Bronxville, NY mansion is surrounded by 1.3 acres of hilltop property with distant views of the Manhattan skyline. At more than 10,000 sq. ft., the home was built of local quarried stone and in Gothic Revival design, with its romantic ornamental flourishes, nine bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven fireplaces.
This Spanish revival-style home is listed on the San Diego Historical Registry. The homeowners wanted to experience the conveniences of modern life while retaining the integrity of their home and its original charm.
How pretty is this outdoor space? On their way to the pool, the owners and their guests can pass under a pergola covered with greenery. Stone columns and a patterned walkway give the space a distinct Greek Revival feel that complements the main house.
The owners wanted each element of the renovated kitchen to reflect the home’s original Spanish revival character. At the same time, they wanted to add their own original touches and a greater degree of functionality to the space. After the remodel, the kitchen almost doubled in size.
Jaws will definitely drop when guests see the imperial staircase in this Greek Revival-style foyer. Carved wooden banisters have a dramatic effect as they climb towards the home's second level, which includes four bedroom suites, a game room, home office and bar.
The entrance to this mansion is just as elegant as you'd expect, with two-story windows that overlook the perfectly manicured grounds. A large, traditional chandelier fills out the space overhead, while glossy tile floors lead to the imperial staircase.
Large travertine tiles create stylish, glossy floors underfoot through the hallway and kitchen. The home is a Spanish Colonial Revival style so dark woods are used for the doors and trim, creating an elegant, traditional contrast.
This Beverly Hills home features Tudor Revival-style diamond-shaped window panes and a steeply pitched roof, though the selection of gray shingles and white board and batten siding offer an updated look.
From the water, the view of this 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate is pristine and spectacular. An arched portico runs along the rear central wing of the home, which was built in 1937 in the Mediterranean Revival style. The property has undergone an extensive renovation to turn it into a great space for modern living and entertaining.