A home for every style, every need, and every taste.
Say goodbye to the beige box. With a commitment to choice and beauty, Villebois offers a range of stunning styles in everything from starter single-family homes to large single-family homes. Walking through our show homes is like taking an architectural tour. With so much to choose from, we’re sure we offer the perfect home for you.
The French Revival style is composed of elements from French Renaissance and French Country architecture. French Renaissance architecture was popular in the second half of the 1800s and there are many examples of this style in the Portland metropolitan area. Common characteristics include entrance towers, tall French doors, small porticos or stoops, and steeply pitched roofs.
The American Classic style is represented by an impressive collection of houses in the Colonial Revival style in many historic neighborhoods throughout the Willamette Valley. This style was popular from 1888 until the mid-1950s. Oregonian architects designed every adaptation of it from the inventive forms of Colonial Revival common in the early phases, to the more conservative styles of the later phase. Abundant stone, timber, and stucco are common in this style of home.
The English Revival style is loosely based on a variety of English prototypes, ranging from cottages to large manor houses. There was a wide interest in English architecture in the United States and, from 1900 to 1935, a distinctive group of homes were constructed in northwest Oregon in many variations of this style. It enjoyed a resurgence of popularity during the Neoeclectic movement of the 1970s and 1980s. Pitched roofs, bay windows, small porticos or stoops, and arched entrances to the home are common characteristics.
American Modern encompasses a category of architectural styles built in Oregon in the last century. It includes Arts and Crafts as well as Modernistic styles. These styles are not based on historical precedents of decoration and design. Instead, they often emphasized exposed structural members or expressive detailing. Many fine examples of homes in these styles can be found in neighborhoods throughout the Northwest. This style features timber, stucco, and detailed woodwork of the early 20th century.
The Village Center
Villebois’ Village Center will be a bustling gathering place with row homes, loft-style condominiums, shops, and restaurants. At the heart of the Village Center, there will be Piazza Villebois – an inviting plaza surrounded by residences, restaurants, shops, and sidewalk cafés, giving it an intimate, Old World feel. Architecture in the Village Center complements the design of Villebois’ homes, as reflected by these conceptual designs of the first row homes planned for the Village Center.