Classic exterior

The beautiful English-inspired stone cottage style home pictured below is of relatively recent origin. Located near Atlanta, Georgia, USA, landscape architect Richard Anderson further enhanced the look and feel with a cottage garden that includes a profusion of climbing roses clinging to the stone facade and cascading over the covered entry way.

Charming Black and White Exterior

Stone house, ivy on brick, purple iris, old english home with flower beds. Perfect.

Gorgeous I want to grow fig plant in front of home and the back too

This marvelous stone house is a home tour not to miss! From the pages of Traditional Home

IVY

Old Victorian houses in Eureka, CA by Alaskan Dude, via Flickr

Wraparound porch.

spanish colonial

ZsaZsa Bellagio: Elegant Life

Gorgeous...

Perfect kitchen

Stone and Ivy Love!

Colonial fieldstone house

timeless traditional exterior

We do REAL, we do mistakes, we do SORRY, we do second chances, we do FUN and HUGS and REALLY LOUD really well....

American Neo-Classical Part I: Early Georgian Homes were most commonly built using brick and were very symmetrical in layout. The front door is paneled with square Transom windows above it. Typically, there was also a String Course that would stretch across the building to define each story from the exterior. Hip, Gable, and Mansard were the most typical roof styles and many homes had projecting gables that were decorated with Dentil molding.