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  • Discover the Federal-style architecture that has defined the Woolverton Inn for centuries. Federal architecture dominated American cities and towns from 1780-1840. The architectural form evolved by the earlier Georgian design principles, which influenced both British and American culture. Federal style is easy to recognize due to its unique symmetrical and geometric design elements and these foundations can be seen throughout Woolverton Inn.

  • Gaze at the details of the brass and iron decorations as well as the elliptical figures and fan-shaped motifs seen in various areas of the Inn. Architects concentrated these features around the front entrance where cornices, iron molding and sculpted fanlight reside today.

  • Understand the materials and tools used for this particular Federal style architecture. The exterior walls were primarily composed of clapboard since the Inn was constructed in the countryside. However, in urban areas, most exterior walls are made from brick. The Palladian-themed windows and hipped roof convey a sense of balance that allow for natural light to infiltrate through the structure.

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