The Reed Estate in Austin, Texas | A residential version of Beaux-Arts classicism in Mediterranean Revival style, this home provides a virtual history lesson in the architectural style and features wide verandas, limestone walls, terracotta half-barrel tiled roofs and heavily decorated cornices. via @morelandprops
Angle End Cottage House formerly the Grapes P.H., dated 1741, enlarged late c1970's at rear. Gault brick with red brick dressings to doors, windows and quoins with steeply pitched plain tiled roof. Saw tooth eaves, cornice and end parapets on red brick kneelers
The Tivoli Theatre was designed by prominent New York architect Thomas W. Lamb. It reflects Italian Renaissance revival and Mediterranean Revival architectural styles with its stucco exterior, red tile roof, ornate cornices, and numerous graceful arches. Completed in 1924 at a cost of $1 million, the theater was, until its closing in 1976, one of the most elegant movie houses in Washington, D.C.