Cape Cod and French Colonial Styles
Cape Cod Style
A Cape Cod Cod style home is a style of house originating in New England in the 17th century. It is traditionally characterized by a low, broad frame building, generally a story and a half high, with a steep, pitched roof with end gables, a large central chimney and very little ornamentation.
French Colonial a style of architecture used by the French during colonization. Many former French colonies, especially those in Southeast Asia, have previously been reluctant to promote their colonial architecture as an asset for tourism; however, in recent times, the new generation of local authorities has somewhat 'embraced' the architecture.
-Big open style front windows
-Rectangular house shape
-Constructed with wood or brick
Based on the features found in the French colonial such as the wide porches and that it has columns and it's two stories this is what makes it unique. Compared to the Cape Cod which has a large central fireplace is what make this unique about it. Out of these two the preferred one is the French Colonial because it's two stories and has a huge porch.
Jonathan Acosta and Gage Price