The Georgian style can be described as spacious and comfortable and is known for its formal and classic details. The Georgian style was named after the English Kings George I, II and III whose ruling periods were from 1714-1820. A typical Georgian house is a stone or brick two-story building with a sided-gabled roof and a symmetrical arrangement of windows and doors on the front façade. General features of a Georgian styled home are symmetrical facade, paneled front door in the center, decorative crown over front door, five windows across front, center or paired chimneys, a center hall, 10 – 11 foot ceilings and elaborate mantels and stairways.
Classic John Staub Grand Country House situated in a gated enclave on 2.125 expansive landscaped acres with an additional contiguous 2.134 acre wooded, restricted reserve. Original millwork and finishes reflecting the timeless design elements of Staub. High ceilings, walnut hardwoods, Chinese Chippendale stair rail.. Elegant full quarters above three car attached garage. Motor court. Listed by Steve Baumgardner
Regal River Oaks Estate situated on .75 acres of fully gated grounds. Timeless design offers generous room sizes & exceptional entertaining capabilities. Grand reception hall. Fabulous formals. Paneled library. Gourmet kitchen. Morning room. Spacious den. Master suite up w/sitting room & lavish bath. 3-4 guest suites + game room up. 3rd floor lounge + theatre w/bath. Elevator. Beautiful grounds w/lush landscaping, pool/spa & expansive lawn. Circle motor court + porte-cochere & 3 car garage. Listed by Laura Sakowitz Sweeney
Look for September’s architechtural home style and featured properties in next month’s blog post.