Old Lokensgard house a great sample of Federal style


The Federal style of architecture was popular around 1780 to 1820. Also known as the Adam style, this style is defined by use of classical elements. The exterior of the home contains a central entryway, usually pedimented, and is flanked by multipane sash windows. The exterior is symmetrical. The interior revolves around a central hallway and contains many classical motifs like urns, Greek and Roman figures, dentil moldings and columns of the classical order.

Havre's example of this style is also one of its nicest homes. Located at 520 Second Ave., this stately structure was built by Kenov...

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