The Georgian style, identified by its symmetrical composition and formal, classical details, was the most prevalent style in the English colonies throughout the 18th century. It was the first architect-inspired style in America, a distinct departure from the more utilitarian, earlier buildings that followed prevailing folk traditions. Limestone balustrades, quoins and decking from Haddonstone in England finish the details of the home. The driveway and patio are tumbled travertine. The front door pediment is hand carved in limestone from Zhen Jianghe – Master Carver of China. Italian exterior light fixtures and copper gutters and downspouts.
I5 to March Lane go West to entry to Brookside Country Club tell guard at the gate you are showing the home