French Style Homes For Sale

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French Style Homes May 21, 2024
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NTREIS data last updated May 21, 2024.

What Defines A French Style Home?

A Provincial French home has many distinctive features that set it apart from all the other homes out there. A brief list of things to look for include:

  • Arched doorways
  • Symmetrically placed elements
  • Two stories tall
  • Stone, brick and stucco facade
  • Steep roof angle
  • Very large impressive windows
  • A court yard garden
  • Iron gates
  • Gravel pathways
  • A rustic look
  • Organic materials

What are French-style homes called?

The most common term for a French style home in America is a French provincial or French eclectic.

Both of these style utilize neutral colors, natural elements, raw finishes, and even gently loved pieces or antiquies. French Country is elegant and Farmhouse is more casual.

What color are walls in French country?

Most designers with insist it's a mix of white, beige, taupe, and gray. However, many people are leaning into a more modern flare with some wild colors to just add a pop.