Greek Revival Home Includes Carriage House for Guests
In addition to a main house with seven bedrooms and six baths, this expansive estate boasts a carriage house for guests on the edge of the property. Here, visitors can enjoy their own living room, kitchen and two bedrooms with an attached bath.
The formal gardens that decorate the front of this historic Greek Revival home were actually included in the Smithsonian Archives. Guests who want to admire them can follow a stone path across the manicured lawn and through the trimmed hedges.
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.
Completed in 1930, the Leland Bryant-designed Colonial House is among the last of early Hollywood’s most glamorous and exclusive revival style condominiums, and remains a coveted refuge for the industry’s elite. Golden Age tenants included the likes of Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard and Cary Grant. The penthouse's exterior is protected by the National Register of Historic Places and remains unchanged since it was built.
Side View of 1800s Greek Revival Home in Fairfield, Conn.
From this view, guests can see the Greek Revival home in its entirety: an expansive main house with a stone patio and formal gardens. Though the home isn't far from town, tall trees make the property seem secluded.
Greek Revival Home Situated on 2.89-Acre Lot in Darien, Conn.
An aerial view of this Greek Revival home in Darien, Conn., reveals just how vast this property is. Located on a 2.89-acre lot, the estate boasts a main house with seven bedrooms and six baths, a private terrace, a swimming pool and a separate carriage house for guests.
1800s Greek Revival Home Situated on Private Lot in Fairfield, Conn.
This gorgeous, Greek Revival-style home is just as impressive from up above. Thanks to this aerial view, guests can see that the property boasts a main house, formal motor court, a converted garage and stunning formal gardens.
A round foyer in a Tudor revival cottage dating to 1928 features an original Dutch door, a stone floor and a faux painted dome ceiling. Designer Judy Hodgens grouped together mid-century modern iron chairs, paintings and framed landscapes in her room for a Historic Macon Design House in Georgia. The style has a sense of formality with an updated twist, she says.
Round Foyer with Stone Floor in 1928 Tudor Revival Cottage
In a round foyer with a stone floor and faux painted dome ceiling, designer Judy Hodgens used a modern leopard print bench and petite bronze sculpture. The space, which was 12 feet in diameter in the 1928 home, was decorated for a Historic Macon Design House in Georgia.
Eclectic Dining Room With Farmhouse-Style Table and Benches
This historic Greek Revival home has a great sense of flow, as the formal sitting room gives way to the dining area. By outfitting the space with an oriental rug, farmhouse-style table and benches, a traditional light fixture and a piece of tiled art that evokes thoughts of Morocco, the designers gave this room a carefully curated, global look as well.