The Mediterranean Style is a more tailored architectural style than the Tuscan and Spanish styles of that region. Mediterranean architecture’s key characteristics include low-pitched, hip roof forms with tile roofs and a decorative stucco cornice and frieze, stucco and stone exteriors, stone and wrought iron ornamentation. Small, second floor Juliet balconies are common. Other defining features of the Mediterranean style include low landscape walls that transition into arched entrances or covered porches. The windows are often arched and typically have stone lintels and occasional wrought iron grilles.


• Low-Pitched, Hipped, Tile Roof
• Decorative Stucco Frieze
• Stucco and Stone Exterior
• Arch-Top Casement Windows
• Wrought Iron Window Grilles
• Arched Entrance or Porch
• Juliet Balconies