Georgian (1870-1920)

Martin Luther Marsh House in Nevada City Martin Luther Marsh House in Nevada City, California
Built 1873
Photographed 14 December 2005
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Georgian buildings are symmetrical boxes, usually two stories high and two rooms deep. The main entrance is often a projecting pavilion with pilasters, a paneled door, and a Palladian or Venetian window.

Characteristics are:

  • Coursed ashler walls or simulated ashler walls with quoins.
  • Dormer windows.
  • Double hung sash windows with multiple panes of glass in each sash.
  • Cornice molding, typically dentils.
  • Multiple chimneys.

 

Name Year Address City Sort Address Sort Name
Bowers Mansion18634005 Old Highway 395 SouthWashoe Valley395-70Bowers Mansion
Bransten House19041735 Franklin StreetSan FranciscoFranklin 1735Bransten House
Carnegie Library: Golden Gate Branch19185606 San Pablo Avenue OaklandSan Pablo 5606Carnegie Library: Golden Gate Branch
Filoli1915Cañada Road WoodsideCañada Road Filoli
Giraud House1914442 Flint StreetReno, NVFlint 0442Giraud House
Glazer-Keating House19061110 Taylor StreetSan FranciscoTaylor 1110Glazer-Keating House
Marsh House1873254 Boulder StreetNevada CityBoulder 0254Marsh House
Medford Post Office and Courthouse1916310 West 6th Street Medford, OR Street 06 W 0310Medford Post Office and Courthouse
Old City Library1926500 Klamath Avenue Klamath Falls, ORKlamath 0500Old City Library
South San Francisco City Hall1920400 Grand Avenue South San FranciscoGrand 0400South San Francisco City Hall
Valley Hospital1919405 Pine StreetKlamath Falls, ORPine 0405Valley Hospital

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