Southern Colonial house

Southern Colonial house

1. Any prerevolutionary house in the tradition of American Colonial architecture of the early South.
2. Descriptive of a full-colonnaded Greek Revival style mansion, usually constructed after the colonial period. Also see plantation house.
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The answer was to provide simple, classic Southern Colonial houses with enough space so families could grow and singles could have a choice.
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