Neoclassical house designs became a dominant style in the nation between 1900-1940. Inspired by the Beaux-Arts style and the Columbian Exposition, Neoclassical homes' most recognizable features include symmetrical shapes, tall columns, a domed roof and classic ornament. Basically, Neoclassical style homes are a revival of the classic architecture of Greece and Rome. The word Neoclassical is often described as an architectural style, but actually it is not any one distinct style. Neoclassicism is more of an approach to design and describes several different styles. In fact, there are variations of Neoclassical style homes including the Federalist and Idealist styles.
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