House types and architectural styles prominent in New Albany, Indiana
This is a shotgun cottage.
Note: Combining "cottage" with any term used to describe a house type or style generally indicates that the building is a smaller version of the type or style, such as Queen Anne cottage, Italianate cottage, etc. "Cottage" itself is not a house style or a house type.
Upright and wing (1870-1920)
2/3 double pile (1820-1850)
American Foursquare (1900-1930)
Greek Revival (1840s-1860s)
Gothic Revival (1850s-1870s)
Commercial Italianate structures, popular in the late 19th century, present elaborate, cast-iron or pressed-metal cornices, window heads, and storefronts. Upper story windows often have round or segmental arched openings. Commercial buildings of earlier styles were often updated with mass-produced Italianate ornamentation that simulated the elaborate cast-iron or pressed metal cornices, window heads, and storefronts. Italianate structures are common in downtown New Albany and along Vincennes Street.
Second Empire (1860s-1885)
Queen Anne (1885-1905)