Originally issued 1999, revised 2017, updated February 2020
- Appropriate architectural style for homes in the Village includes traditional American and European designs from the 19th century and earlier.
- Design details must be consistent with architectural style.
- Additions and other improvements must be designed to be "seamless" meaning that they must appear to have been built as part of the original structure in the same architectural detail, and appropriate scale, balance and proportion.
- New construction must utilize architectural style compatible with that of existing Village homes in order to blend into the neighborhood. Refer to Style Groups and A Field Guide to American Houses by Virginia & Lee McAlester for information regarding acceptable styles.