Federalist Style Home
The Federalist Style Home, which is ofNeoclassic style, is based on theAdamesque designs of combining features popular in England, France,and Rome.
The American Federal,first built in the New England area, was modeledafter the French architecture built during Napoleon's reign.
CommonFederalist features may include:
Either a Low Pitched, or nearly Flat Roof.
A very smooth Facade.
Pediment over Front Entrance.
Columns and Dentil Moldings.
Deck with railing for ornamentation on top of Roof.
Fanlights with Sidelights at Front Door
Single, Double-Hung Windows adorned with Louvered Shutters.
Central Hall Plan
Room shapes were at times circular, octagonal, or oval.