1033. 1201 W. Maple - Renaissance Revival

c. 1918 This outstanding example of the Renaissance Revival style features a tile roof, tall chimney piles, and an impressive wood panel door with sidelights and columned surround. Other features include the sunroom and garage. (Renaissance Revival: This style was popular during two separate phases. The first phase, or the First Renaissance Revival, was from 1840 to 1885, and the Second Renaissance Revival, which was characterized by larger and more elaborately decorated buildings, was from 1890 to 1915. Characteristics include round-arched windows, covered walkways or porches formed by rows of arches resting on columns, and prominent cornices. Due to the expensive materials required for this elaborate style, Renaissance Revival was best suited for public and commercial buildings, and grand homes for the wealthy.)