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Dutch colonial is a style of domestic architecture that shares, primarily characterized by gambrel roofs having curved eaves along the length of the house.
Modern versions built in the early 20th century are more accurately referred to as Dutch colonial revival, a subtype of the colonial revival style. They are sometimes known as “barn houses”. These styles of homes were super popular throughout the 1920s.
Common features of a Dutch colonial home include one and a half to two stories, a gambrel roof, often with flared or curved eaves, wood clapboard, wood shingle, brick, or stone facade/siding, shed, hipped, or gable dormers, gable-ended chimneys, decorative windows in gable end, symmetrical or balanced asymmetrical facade, entry may have a decorative hood or portico with columns, multi-paned windows (like six-over-one or six-over-six, etc), and a porch under overhanging eaves.
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