Spanish Revival

Spanish style homes are recognized as single or two story dwellings often with round arch porticos lining the front elevation or back courtyard. Red tile roofing, stucco exterior and iron detail on balustrades and over windows is common. Ornamentation is concentrated around doors and windows and is unrelated to the structure.

  • Structure: Massive in width or length, curved archways in contrast with blank walls
  • Exterior Doors: Heavily carved doors with iron strappings, nailheads, and fretwork
  • Windows: Straight or curved, typically with iron over the exterior framework
  • Colors: Cream or pastel shades of stucco