By Rylee Kauffman
What it is?
The Châteausque is a revival house that was architecturally based on the French Renaissance. Châteausque homes are big and fancy with towers and usually masonry (Stone). They have walk in transom bars with lots of windows. Châteausque can sometimes be symmetrical depending on the builder.
Châteausque was influenced back in Europe by the Gothic style and Renaissance architecture. The materials used usually in these types of builds are stone, brick trim and sometimes wood with stone and brick. The first build of this home was in Canada back in 1887.
Who would have lived here.
Rich people or Royalty would have lived in these big, fancy homes, because they are not the cheapest. They are made of expensive material and mostly more than 4-5 bedroom/ bathrooms.