The American colonial style is one of the oldest architecture styles in the United States, dating back to the 1600s and 1700s when European colonists settled here. This style of architecture dominated design well into the 19th century. Various parts of the US developed their own styles thanks to immigrants from different parts of Europe settling here, resulting in subsets such as Spanish colonial, French colonial, and Dutch colonial styles.
The earliest types of these homes consisted of two stories, with one room on each floor, built from brick, wood, stone, or all three. During the 1700s, the "four over four" style was introduced allowing for four rooms per floor.
* Square or rectangular facade shape
* Centered door
* Balanced window placement
* Two to three stories
* Paired chimneys
* Traditional, simple floor plan and room layouts
* Prominent staircase in the entryway or centre hallway
* Formal entryways
* Decorated mirrors
* Brass details
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