Eastlake & Stick Styles (1860-1910)

Defining Elements of the Eastland & Stick Styles:

  • Gable or hip roof with projecting eaves and exposed framing.
  • Simulated framing on exterior walls, especially in the gable end.
  • Symmetrical or asymmetrical façade.
  • Side hall or center hall plans.
  • Porches with roofs supported by columns with diagonal bracing.
  • Projecting bays or upper stories are common.
  • Singular or paired windows. 2/2 sashes are common.
  • Wood frame.
  • Usually wood shingles or board siding.

Examples of Eastland & Stick Style Architecture in Greater Portland: