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The Village at Tradition Design Code takes its cues from traditional Southern architecture, with influences rooted in Classical, Victorian, Georgian, Coastal French and other traditional architectural styles. It has been tailored to match the community’s lifestyle, featuring designs that allow your family to enjoy every room of your home.
All home interiors are designed for today’s lifestyles, featuring open floorplans and modern conveniences while still retaining the charms of the past, such as wide front porches, verandas, courtyards and picket fences. The outdoor living spaces encourage interaction between neighbors and the opportunity to enjoy the Village’s natural beauty. Garages are tucked along lanes running behind the homes, allowing for the safety of pedestrians and showcasing the home’s architecture unobstructed by a driveway.
Village Architectural Styles
Click on the links below to view Tradition’s architectural styles by category and common distinguishing features.
- Classical*: Distinctive doorways, cornice lines and columns.
- Classic Colonial*: Accentuated front doors with decorative pediments supported by pilasters or slender columns to form entries.
- Colonial Farmhouse*: Commonly has a front porch that may be adapted to many different variations.
- Georgian*: Simple one or two-story home, with doors and windows in strict symmetry.
- Greek Revival*: Commonly has either an entry porch, full height entry porch or a full façade porch.
- Coastal French*: Details are very simple, non-ornamental. Roof usually steeply pitched.