First and foremost, you can not use concrete / portland cement in any masonry work on a house built before 1850, and maybe even until
I’m constantly taking photos of row houses, many of which do not make it into proper articles. Below are row houses in the Federal/Georgian style.
I am pleased to introduce Richard Haymes and Michael DeJong. They own a beautiful Georgian / Greek Revival row home in Jersey City, New Jersey
I had quite the row house odyssey last night. I was collecting pins for the RowHouse Magazine Pinterest board (http://www.pinterest.com/bklynwebgrrl/rowhouse-magazine/) and came across this pin
We’re always thrilled to learn about famous row houses. The Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia is pretty well known and a regular stop on the
Back to the guide. Type of Row House Architecture: Georgian / Colonial Years Popular: 1700-1800 Typical Characteristics: Symmetry, centered façade entry with windows aligned horizontally and