Colonial Revival (After 1912)

02 December 2013 . Tags: ,

FEATURES
Symmetrical
Small pane windows (usually 12)
Window Shutters
Elaborate Front Door with fanlight
Brick or cement rendered brick
Hipped Roofs verandahs

This style reflected a return to the earlier simplicity of colonial architecture and a break from the ornate styles of the Victorian and Edwardian periods. The houses are typically long with strong horizontal lines, a style that remains popular today.

Purulia built in Warrawee in 1913 by William Hardy Wilson

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