Gothic Revival Home Plans

The Gothic Revival style was a popular home style in the United States from 1840 through 1880. It imitated the great cathedrals and castles of Europe. The availability of lumber and factory-made architectural trim led to an American version of wood-framed Gothic Revival homes. Features include a steeply pitched roof, steep cross-gables, windows with pointed arches, vertical siding, gingerbread trim and deep porches.

  • Steeply pitched roof with cross gables
  • Pointed windows
  • Lacy wooden trim

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