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Spanish Colonial Revival House Plans

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What is a Spanish Colonial Revival house plan? Thick white stucco walls and red clay roof tiles are the immediate hallmark of the Spanish Colonial Revival, which took root in California in the early 20th century. It borrowed enthusiastically from previous eras of Spanish architecture, offering a seductive mash-up of wooden support beams, arched doors and windows, and both interior and exterior courtyards. • Typically one-storey • White stucco exterior, red clay tiles on low-pitched roof • Wrought iron flourishes • Stone and tile work • Small windows • Carved doors • Courtyards

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