Possibly the result of a rehabilitation, this hybrid door features a Georgian/Federal fanlight atop Greek Revival columns.
This circa-1835 Federal door with Greek Revival ornamentation has classical symmetry with elegant understatement.
Built circa 1845, this is a pure Greek Revival door with small dentils in the entablature and rosettes below that.
This door features Roman columns, but the arrangement of transom and sidelights is characteristically Greek.
Part of a late 19th-century alteration to an early 19th-century house, this door features a rusticated architrave.
Built circa 1857, this Italianate door has an arched architrave and egg-and-dart molding around the door's four panels.