The symmetrical front facade gives this home the formal and balanced appearance all colonial revivals are known for, while the gambrel detailing sets it apart as a Dutch colonial.
The portico, clapboard siding, gambrel roof and double-hung, multipaned windows are all Dutch colonial revival characteristics.
This Dutch colonial revival home features a gambrel roof; the roof of the mini kick-out addition mirrors the main one.
Inside the gambrel of a Dutch colonial revival, you can see how the four slopes are split symmetrically down the middle of the central ridge beam.
With its flared eaves, the gambrel roof is the distinguishing feature of this Dutch colonial home in Seattle.