Gothic Revival style

Gothic Revival style

(1830–1860)
A romantic style distinguished by vertically pointed arches, steeply pitched complex gable roofs, finials, and medieval decorative motifs. Country houses featured wide verandas and octagonal towers or turrets. Windows in dormers had hood molds with gingerbread trim running along the eaves and gable ends. Variety was the standard of the style.
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The Gothic Revival style building was the State Arsenal from the 1850s until the early 1970s when the Boone National Guard Center opened in Frankfort.
Peter's Episcopal Church was the northern-most Episcopal church in Manhattan and an early example of the Gothic Revival style.
Built in 1831, it is made of white coral rock and takes on a Neo-Gothic or Gothic Revival style.
St Mark's was built in the Gothic Revival style in 1868 by architects Paull and Robinson.
This charming range of houses overlooks the historical city of Armagh and was built in gothic revival style to designs by architects Lanyon & Lynn.
The chapel is a large gothic revival style building with typical ecclesiastical features including stained glass windows and memorial tablets to the front sandstone elevation.
Built in the Victorian gothic revival style, the chapel still retains some of its original features, including a scissor truss roof with exposed wooden beams, wrought iron decorative finials, diamond leaded lights, the remains of a mechanical organ, and a tiled aisle which is in need of restoration.
It was built between 1865 and 1867 by W & G Audsley - William James Audsley and George Ashdown Audsley - who also designed several other places of worship in Liverpool in the Gothic Revival style, including Princes Road Synagogue.
His father, the 3rd Marquess, remodelled the family home - Cardiff Castle - in a Gothic revival style and reconstructed Castell Coch in Tongwynlais, which he inherited in 1848.
The original building, which is in Green Lane, was completed in 1836 in the Gothic revival style, prettily placed on the eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills.
The church, which dates back to 1871, was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in a Gothic revival style.