Dutch Colonial style

Dutch Colonial style

(1650–1700)
A style adopted by the Dutch settlers in New York and New Jersey, characterized by the use of brick and stone walls with gambrel or double-pitched roofs and flared lower eaves which extend beyond the front and rear walls, forming a deep overhang.
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The Aroma of 'kretek' (cloves) welcomed us as we entered the main entrance of this stately Dutch colonial style House of Sampoerna in Old Surabaya.
One exception is the dairy barn, which was built in the 1920s and remodeled in 1938 in a Dutch Colonial style. Full restoration would cost an estimated $885,000, which the district doesn't have.
That hands-on approach made planning the three-story, 50-room, Dutch Colonial style boutique hotel surprisingly problem-free.
It was Millay and her Dutch husband, Eugen Jan Boissevain, who had the home renovated from the Italiante to the Dutch Colonial style in the 1920s.
The design integrates the surrounding landscape and complements the building's Dutch Colonial style. Extensive landscaping, pathways and a new entry gate at Brielle Avenue provide an attractive surrounding for the new facility.
He even brought back the Dutch Colonial style with the Laurelhurst model.
The City Tavern, the first inn built in New Amsterdam, in 1641, was a four-story stone house, an excellent example of the Dutch colonial style. In 1654 it became the Stadthuys, or Town- House.