Art as an Anchor

Art as an Anchor

 

Built in 1907, the Colonial Revival is one of four town houses on a block designed by John Calvin Stevens and his son, John Howard Stevens. Unlike most duplexes, where each half is a mirror image of the other, there is little resemblance between the two homes. Surmounted by a balustrade, the broad portico is supported by Tuscan columns and covers a door flanked by sidelights. 

Style: Traditional, Colonial

Colors: Red

Accent Colors: Beige

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