The French Provincial residence boasts isometric features to its facade, includes:

- Balconies laced with wrought iron
- Architectural curves are its main feature from its arched windows and doorway openings, its curved mouldings and ornate wrought iron work
- Eaves are decorated with large rounded mouldings
- Rendered walls
- Mansard hip roof is always a main feature

The classical Georgian residence boast isometric features to its facade, and includes:

- the colonial square shaped windows and doors are dressed in ornate mouldings.
- the porch entry is large, supported by solid columns and can include a wrought iron
- the parapet walls are decorated with ornate mouldings which is a striking feature
- the Georgian facade can be fully rendered, or face brick with highlighted sections of render







The Tuscan residence boasts rustic features and includes:

- Curved terracotta roof tiles
- Eaves with exposed rafters
- Casement windows
- Walls rendered predominantly in cement

The Contemporary residence is created by blending various features from other architectural period styles and creates a modern twist to a classic look.







The Modern house was most typically a post-and-beam structure with a flat or broad low-pitched gable or shed roof. Exposed structure, an expressive use of modern materials, and the incorporation of landscaped areas, sometimes inside the house, were the main contributing elements to the architectural character.

The Georgian style, identified by its symmetrical composition and formal, classical details.

- The walls are decorated with ornate mouldings which is a striking feature