Much of Weston’s charm derives from the diversity of its architectural heritage.
The center-chimney Colonial style is the first distinctive housing style in New England.
The term “Georgian” refers to houses built during the reigns of several King Georges in England.
The label “Federal” is applied to houses built after the Revolutionary War during the period of the new republic, a federation of states.
This style was inspired by renewed interest in the classical symbols of Ancient Greece.
This style was influenced by the architecture of the Italian countryside.
This style is primarily distinguished by a mansard roof with steeply sloping sides that rise to a flatter deck above.
This is one of the styles commonly called “Victorian” and is known for its decorative use of materials and colors.
The Shingle style developed as an architect-designed rather than builder-designed style first used along the New England coastline and in resort areas.
Review the characteristics of the Tudor Style of architecture.
The word “bungalow” comes from India, where it is used to describe low, single story houses with large verandas.
International is an architect-driven style reflecting the radically new ideas and designs initially popularized in Europe in the 1920s.
This is a native style of architecture, dating back to the colonial period in New England.
This style, popular after the U.S. Centennial of 1876, looks back to Colonial and Federal architecture for its inspiration.