Neoclassical Style – popular 1750-1850
Photo: Neoclassical Style house built by Thomas Jefferson (Monticello), constructed netween 1768 and 1809, photograped by Martin Falbisoner, [cc-3.0], accessed via wikimedia commons, September, 2022.
Neoclassical Style 
Thomas Jefferson spent much time studying the natural sciences, ethnology, archaeology, agriculture, and meteorology. He was a superb architect, almost single-handedly introducing the neo-classical style to this country. Elements of the Neoclassical style frequently included:
- An eclectic mix of classical features such as columned porticos, pediments, cornices with dentils, pilasters, keystones, and quoins.
- Full-height porticos with Corinthian and Ionic columns.
- Boxed eaves with a moderate overhang, with dentils or modillions beneath.
- Wide frieze bands are common. Windows are typically double-hung sash windows, generally with six or nine panes per sash.
- Bay windows, paired windows, transomed windows and arched windows are also found.
- Restrained ornamentation with an emphasized entablature.