During the 1860s the Wards of Savannah welcomed an Italianate style of architecture. While the English styles remained primarily dominate, newer facades were ornamented with very distinctive details of heavy bracketed cornices, cast and wrought iron balconies, and hooded windows. These dressed the facades of many new detached and semi-attached row-houses.
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