Carpenter

Gothic

1870-1910

 

Queen Anne

1875-1900

 

 

 

Second empire

1860-1885

 

 

 

 

 

Italianate

1835-1885

 

 

 

 

Queen Anne style home in stapleton heights historic district, staten island, new yorkitaliante style home located on vanduzer street in staten island new yorksecond empire style home in snug habor and new brighton , staten island, new yorkvictorian home located in stapelton heights historic district, staten island, new york

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Architectural Styles found throughout Staten Island, New York

Neo tudor style home, carrere and hastings,staten sland, nyshingle style home in stapleton and vanduzer street staten island new york

Early Colonial: 1690-1760’s

Swan, Van Duzer and Hannah Street in Tomkinsville feature examples of early Dutch Colonials.

 

Colonicl Revival—Dutch Colonial, Center Hall, Side Hall Colonials:   1885– Present

 

Photo Right:

280 College Avenue, Westerleigh, former Congressman Anning Prall’s

House, Colonial Revival designed by S.I. Architect James Whitford II.

Tudor Revival

1885– Present

 

Prairie Style

1895– Present

American Farmhouse

1800-1920

Mission Revival 1895-1940

Bungalow

1900-1930

Shingle Style

1885-1900

 

Photo Right: Colorful shingle tyle home located on Van duzer Street, Stapleton.

Stick Style

1875– 1900

 

Saltbox: 1700-1860’s

 

Left: An eclectically decorated Saltbox style home at 29 Cottage Place, Port Richmond. Home features, a pitched roof, clapboard siding, and small casement windows now are decorated with Stain glass.

29 cottage place in port richmond staten island and salt box style home

 

Cape cod

1710-1830

 

Federal

1780-1820

 

Gothic Revival

1835-1880

Italianate

 

Below: A Grand Italiante style home on Van duzer Styreet, Stapleton on a large corner lot.

Second Empire

 

Above Right: Stucco and timber style home in Grasmere, Staten Island.  Probably built in the early 1900s.

Above Left: One example of a Tudor Revival style home  located on Vanderbilt avenue, off Tompkins Avenue in Clifton. Approx. a dozen were designed by  the Architects Carrer and Hastings.  ( Designers of  the Carnegie Style Libraries, such as NYC Fifth Avenue Library, Port Richmond, Stapleton and Tottenville Libraries.

Above: St. Paul’s Avenue– Stapleton Height’s Historic District

A lovely Italianate home on the hillside of Stapleton.