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1729 Italianate - House Exterior - Specific House Styles
 
1729 Italianate - House Exterior - Specific House Styles -

Image Text: Mid 1800's > typically low sloped, hipped roof > cupola or tower often present > wide overhang with decorative brackets > tall, narrow windows often have curved or rounded tops > belt course > window pairing is common > quoining > porch columns are slender and often used in groups of two or three

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EXTERIOR, Architectural Styles, Building Shapes and Details, Windows, Columns, Specific House Styles, Exterior Cladding, Wall Surfaces-General, Masonry, Stucco, Wood, Plywood, Hardboard and OSB, Metal and Vinyl, Other Sidings and Issues, Soffits and Fascia, Windows and Doors, Trim, Flashings and Caulking, Exterior Structures, Porches, Decks and Balconies, Garages and Carports, Basement Walkouts, Surface Water Control and Landscaping, Lot Grading, Gutters and Downspouts, Window Wells, Walks, Driveways and Grounds, Retaining Walls

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