Italian Villa (1840-1880)
The Italian Villa style was inspired by villas of Tuscany, Umbria and Lombardy.
The most striking feature of the Italian Villa is the tall tower which is located either at the middle of the façade or at one end.
The Italian Villa shares many characteristic with the contemporaneous Italianate style. The Italian Villa style is typically asymmetrical while the Italianate style emphasizes symmetry. Italian Villa have towers and are free-standing. Italianate buildings lack towers, and while they are often free-standing, the style was popular for urban row houses in cities such as San Francisco and New York.
Distinctive features of the Italian villa:
|Name||Year||Address||City||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Brix Mansion||1911||2844 Fresno Street||Fresno||Fresno 2844||Brix Mansion|
|Casebolt House||1865||2727 Pierce Street||San Francisco||Pierce 2727||Casebolt House|
|Gable Mansion||1885||659 First Street||Woodland||Street 01 0659||Gable Mansion|
|Kruger House||1874||10292 Donner Pass Road||Truckee||Donner Pass Road||Kruger House|
|McHenry Mansion||1883||906 15th Street||Modesto||Street 15 0906||McHenry Mansion|
|Nightingale House||1882||201 Buchanan Street||San Francisco||Buchanan 0201||Nightingale House|
|Patrick Ranch||1872||10381 Midway||Chico||Midway 10381||Patrick Ranch|
|Westerfeld House||1889||1198 Fulton Street||San Francisco||Fulton 1198||Westerfeld House|
|Villa Montalvo||1892||15400 Montalvo Road||Saratoga||Montalvo 15400||Villa Montalvo|
|Yerington Grammar School||1911||120 North California Street||Yerington, NV||California N 0120||Yerington Grammar School|