Mediterranean Revival

An imprecise term (not a Revival architecture, as the name implies) for a mixture of Mission Revival, Italian Villa style, and Spanish Colonial Revival, particularly in the latter part of the 20th century; usually applied to a one- or two-story house with a red tile roof and stuccoed walls, usually having rounded or arched windows; occasionally referred to as Mediterranean style.
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Call it neo-Mediterranean. The melding of both traditions dispels the notion that modern structures are a soulless mass of glass, metal and concrete.
It's a one-of-a-kind home, designed in a neo-Mediterranean style.