2 Residential Vision
Primary Architectural Vernacular
Newbury’s primary architectural style includes a wide range of styles with a rebirth of interest in the early English and Dutch houses of the Atlantic seaboard. Style features include an accentuated front door, normally with a decorative cornice supported by pilasters.
Windows are symmetrically balanced with the door
centered on the façade, or may have an asymmetrical
arrangement with entries to one side. Windows have
double hung sashes and are frequently in adjacent
Secondary Architectural Accents
strongly influenced by the English Arts and Crafts movement, this style consists of low- or mid-pitched, gable and hipped roofs with wide cave overhangs and exposed rafter tails, while decorative false beams or bracketing are commonly added under the gables.
Porches are common, and porch roofs are typically
supported by columns resting on more massive piers,
extending to the ground.
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