In the early years of the 19th century, as the pioneers pushed westward, they carried with them the new architectural style popular back East. Called Early Classical Revival, this style borrowed its pedimented entrance portico from the temples of ancient Rome and its simple five-bay facade from Georgian architecture.
A House for Monte Sano echoes this classic styling and offers alternate floor plan versions for flexibility. Our working drawings come complete with details (plans and elevations) for several options. Alternatives include a first-floor sunroom and porch off the master bath, an optional first-floor bedroom wing, and optional double garage.
Design by Jim Williams
Please note: Square footage calculations are estimates based on room measurements; builder should confirm total square footage prior to beginning construction.