- Elements included in proposed homes
Typical European elements
- Design is typically a series of simple or interconnected boxes.
- Exposed rafter tails with decorative end cuts or brackets.
- Front entries are detailed with historic-look trim surround and/or wood head trim.
- Windows or doors are arched.
- Windows are sometimes detailed with projecting head trim of brick, stone, or wood, and also plank shutters.
- Details sometimes include wrought iron elements, classical trim elements, a Juliette balcony, arch windows.
Typical Californian Colonial Elements
- Design is typically a courtyard or a two-story box with a strong first story element.
- Roofs are pitched, and can be made of shingles, flat concrete tile, “S” tile or barrel tile.
- Balconies are typically detailed by simple columns without cap or base trim.
- Porch details include arches or simple columns without cap or base trim.
- The front entry has a porch or portico.
- Windows may include a window head or sill trim and shutters.
- Decorative wrought-iron accents, grille work, and post or balcony railing may be used.
Typical American Traditional Elements
- Design is a simple box or “L”-shape, or a combination of the two.
- Roofs have moderate to steeper pitch with exaggerated eaves.
- Roof materials can include asphalt shingles or flat concrete tiles.
- Windows often are fully trimmed and may include shutters.
- Porches can be prominent.
— Source: City of Lodi planning commission staff report
Posted: Thursday, August 7, 2014 12:26 am
Plans for 557 homes on the southwest corner of Reynolds Ranch are moving forward.
The Lodi City Council voted 4-1 to allow 227 medium-density lots and 330 high-density lots to be subdivided on 78 acres of property off Reynolds Ranch Parkway currently used as a vineyard.
Thursday, August 7, 2014 12:26 am.