Eclectic House, Tennille

For someone like me who isn’t an architectural historian this house presents yet another challenge. I use “Eclectic” when I feel a house is an amalgamation of different forms. This method of construction became very popular at the turn of the last century and in many cases continues to this day. In this example, what appears to have been Italianate in origin, also features Colonial Revival and Neoclassical elements.

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One response to “Eclectic House, Tennille

  1. tarobinsonsr

    Truly, Brian, if you’re not a decent Southern architectural historian, the rest of us are truly lost, indeed!

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