Mediterranean (1920-1940)

1004 S Lincoln Ave 

The Mediterranean style is often referred to as Mediterranean Revival style. Buildings in this style are a mixture of Spanish Colonial Revival, Mission Revival, and Italian Villa styles. Mediterranean style buildings are usually one or two story high, with a low pitched terracotta or red tiled roof, stuccoed walls, and rounded or arched windows. The style was popular in California and Florida, with their Mediterranean type weather and resort image.

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