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West Central Neighborhood Association of Fort Wayne
1202 W. Wayne Street - Castle Gallery The local architectural firm of Wing & Mahurin designed this Richardsonian Romanesque house in 1905. The house exhibits massive stone construction, a prominent round tower, and crenelated parapet. The open front terrace originally was covered by a tile roof that matched that of the house.
Richardsonian Romanesque houses in the Historic Union Triangle Neighborhood
During the early 1880s, Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson became famous for designing rugged stone buildings with broad Roman arches. Some builders borrowed Richardson's ideas to construct imposing custom-designed homes in a style that became known as "Richardsonian Romanesque." These Romanesque homes feature rough-faced, square stonework & wide, rounded (Romanesque) arches.
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This Romanesque Revival house, located on Green Street, was built in 1895 and took over 2 years to complete. Known as the Maples or the Archie B Gardner house, it has been extremely well maintained and remains to this day a single family residence. #Romanesque #romanesquerevival #stonehouse #stone #homesofdowagiac #dowagiac #swmichigan #architecture #architecturelovers #beautifulhouses #oldhouse #houseportrait #oldhouselove #archilovers #oldhome #archi_ologie #oldhousecharm