This style is found in early 20th
century throughput the country, particularly in central Italy.
It is very similar to Mediterranean style but much simpler
in detail and boxier in design.
Low pitched roof, clay roof tile, upper story windows less
elaborate than windows below, the use of shutters on arched
doors and windows, accentuated entrance with classical columns
and symmetrical façade, little to no overhang are
some of the characteristics of this style.
Roof structure is a combination of side gable, cross gable,
combined hip and gable, or hipped configuration. The style
borrowed details from the entire history of Italian architecture..