While not an officially recognized architectural style, a New Englander is so widely recognized here in Maine, that's it's a menu choice on the MLS (Multiple List Service) for house style. Typically, it's a turn of the (last) century home with a steeply pitched roof (better for shedding snow), gable end facing towards the road, and multiple additions added on.
|View from the backyard shows the multiple roof lines|
Originally, the house had a big wrap around porch. But when the previous owners subdivided the property a few years ago, the porch got trimmed back to just the front section. That explains the new section of siding that you see in white along the side. But the porch still has all of its original elements, including the gracefully turned columns. Can't you just see a couple of wicker rockers on that front porch?
We hope to get moving pretty quickly on this project, so stay tuned for updates!