Villa Provincial is born out of the great traditions of European residential architecture, recalling the opulent country homes in France of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The first impression is of majestic symmetry with matching single garages on either side of the main façade, linked by a sweeping driveway.
Opulence of classical proportion.
A wide porte cochere supported on classic Doric columns shields arriving and departing guests from the elements, reminiscent of the days of horsedrawn carriages and liveried footmen.
The symmetry continues with pairs of tall elegant casement sashes on either side of the central inset entry porch, with double solid oak-panelled doors, half-glazed with delicate lead-light inserts and solid stone entry paving.
The verticality of the front façade is emphasised with tall columns, narrow windows, towering parapet walls and the lavish use of decoration in the form of mouldings and architraves. The delicate tracery of cast iron balustrading is a further reflection of the original French Provincial style. Opulent. Grand. Palatial. Villa Provincial is the epitome of grand living, both past and present.
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