Not quite Colonial, Neoclassical Revival style owns distinct chromosomes that create a specific set of design mannerisms. The look of these homes is defined by a commanding facade with a full-height porch supported by classical columns. The columns are often fluted and the capitals are usually ornate. The front of the home is symmetrical, with a centered entry flanked by a balanced array of windows. Decorative surrounds are common on doorways, including pediments or crossheads with plain or fluted pilasters.