American Colonial architecture

(redirected from Colonial homes)

American Colonial architecture

A term usually applied to colonial buildings constructed in America by English immigrants to the New World; often classified according to region in America.
References in periodicals archive ?
Previous 2014 acquisitions include Colonial Homes in Atlanta, a 128-unit garden-style apartment community near the Bobby Jones golf course, purchased in a joint venture with Bluerock Real Estate, LLC.
Phnom Penh is growing, with new government buildings and hotels amidst the remains of once-elegant French colonial homes and burned-out buildings.
The early American feel extends beyond the village, to Sturbridge's picturesque Town Common, Colonial homes, B&Bs and businesses that cater to antiques and all things New England.
uk RAFFLES-STYLE RATTAN SEATING WOVEN rattan conjures up images of colonial homes and the celebrated Raffles Hotel - natural, exotic and fabulous.
Cobble-stoned streets lead into narrow alleys formed by colonial homes.
Havana was once considered an architectural jewel with an eclectic mix of colonial homes and modern Art Deco construction, but much of the city outside the touristy Old Havana district is in a dilapidated state after decades of neglect and corrosion from humidity and salty sea air.
Her real estate listings include golf communities, luxury homes, colonial homes, waterfront properties, new homes, affordable housing and other types of properties in Virginia.
Behind thick wooden doors and wrought iron gates are colonial homes with twelve foot high adobe walls, ornate pillars, and dark wooden accents.
As one of Brooklyn's secret gems with its tree-lined streets, unique blend of Victorian and Colonial homes, and diverse culture, prospective buyers at 59 Hawthorne will also be able to lake advantage of everything this quaint neighborhood has to offer," said Krasnow.
A drive through the sandy earth roads in the savanna grasslands of Central Kenya reveals the unexpected sight of magnificent colonial homes built by World War Two retirees from the British Army in the 1940s.
The businesman, who is worth around pounds 250million thanks to his City Refrigeration firm, said the design was inspired by American colonial homes.
There have been colonial homes, neo-classics, ultra-contemporaries, classic Spanish, Arabians with a twist, classic English with oriental infusion, branded, eclectic and even gothic - all of which originated from a vision, personal and unique in its interpretation.
Full browser ?