Double Red Doors with glass Lites Surrounded by Five Leaded Windows
These impressive two panel exterior doors have one large panel set atop a much smaller, raised lower panel. The top panel is a lite--a panel with clear glass--which allows a lot of natural light to enter the building, but can also pose a security risk because glass doors are very easy to break. These wooden doors have been finished in a cherry exterior enamel, which contrasts with the bright white enamel of the interior panes of the surrounding windows. The doors are surrounded by a total of five windows made of leaded glass. The design of the windows, the double doors, the front porch, and the square columns are reminiscent of the ancient classical style, Greek Revival, that was popular in America in the mid 1800s. Each door has an antique bronze door handle with a lock. Both doors have stainless steel bottom sweeps.