"Georgian Period Proportions In the South, Georgian homes such as this often feature hipped roofs with chimneys on each gable end and dormers that line up with the windows on the main level. For a pleasing look, dormer windows are smaller than main-level windows but use the same size of panes. Brick is the most common building material, often laid in Flemish bond pattern, which alternates bricks showing end-out (headers) with bricks showing long-side out (stretchers)." -bhg.com
“Knollward” Entry View - Chicago architect Edwin Clark designed this 1928 residence for members of the family that founded the Montgomery Ward retail empire. Modeled after French country manors, the brick home, near Milwaukee, WI retains original interior details like walnut wall panels, crystal chandeliers, and decorative ironwork by local artisan Cyril Colnik. Hidden on the home's subterranean level is a lavish party space inspired by Manhattan's iconic El Morocco nightclub.