French Eclectic

Private House

Popular during the same period as Spanish Colonial Revival, these two styles have very little in common. French Eclectic characteristics include a steeply pitched hipped roof, round tower, casement windows, and decorative half-timbering. Again, a few examples exist in the residential neighborhoods around York.

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1991, 2002 by Scott D. Butcher


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