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Aiea is known for its numerous beautiful scenery, historical grounds, urban living and natural surroundings that make it a perfect place to live. Whether you are looking for a contemporary home, a condo or any other type of house for sale; you can find it in Aiea.

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Beaux Arts Houses are neoclassical designed mansions that were very prominent between 1880 and 1920. These homes are very similar in appearance to Roman temples and federal buildings. They are accented with large stone pillars, exceptionally high roofs, and inlayed stone accents on the exterior of the buildings. These mansions can be found throughout the United States, however they are very prominent in East Coast states and in older, larger cities. Classic examples of Beaux Arts homes can be found as far back as 1880 in the United States. However, this style of mansion was very prominent between 1900 and 1915. A majority of these homes were created during this time period. All of these homes have historical value and the designer and architectural firm can be traced for each mansion that was ever constructed. This style of home dwindled after the start of World War I, and eventually disappeared.

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Beaux Arts homes are generally found in the eastern states, especially in the larger cities. Upscale neighborhoods may contain one of these elaborate mansions, but they are not as prominent as other types of construction from that era. Most of these homes belong to very wealthy families and have remained in the family lines since their construction. There has been a resurgence of this style of home in recent years as many builders wish to reinvent the grandeur of these historical homes. The main difference between these homes is the era in which they were built. Any home that was not built within the 1880 to 1920 time period with a documented architect is not considered an authentic Beaux Arts home. It is very difficult to find an authentic Beaux Arts home for sale. Many families who originally constructed the mansion will pass it down to the next generation. However, it is not impossible. You must search for these properties adamantly, because when they do become available, they sell quickly. There are many commercial properties, especially in older cities like New York, which are considered Beaux Art designed. These properties remain in upper scale neighborhoods and do become available as businesses change.


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2 Beds
220 Area
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2 Beds
220 Area
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2 Beds
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2 Beds
220 Area
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220 Area
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