The owners say this Birmingham home is French — drawn from France’s southern Provence area — and many of the home’s details support that. Wochit
They call this corner of Birmingham “the San Francisco district” with its wandering streets, houses perched on the sides of hills and small city lots.
This house plays that hand out fully — three stories tall, a steep-cobblestone driveway up to the garage, a cobblestone path farther up to the front door, limestone stairs and a finely manicured little piece of land that uses every square yard.
But its owners go further. They say it’s French — drawn from France’s southern Provence area — and many of the home’s details support that.
The architecture is French Provincial — with a flat front, mansard roof, raised terrace and Juliet balconies.Read More