Georgian-style homes, which were originally popular during the reigns of the first three Kings George of England (1700-1776), are similar in massing to Adam and Federal style designs, but have a more dominating, formal appearance. They are symmetrical, with a central entrance surmounted by an elaborate portico. They often have a third story, or at least the appearance of one. Additional features include a hip or gable roof, dormer windows, and decoative cornices beneath the eaves.
Decorative pediment supported by classical columns