Similar to a Georgian style but much less ornate. Sometimes
called "toothpick" Georgian because of its narrow pilasters and columns.
Designed with narrow pilasters and columns, usually three floors, with a low
hipped roof. This style often contain balustrade, lintels and fan light windows.
Chestnut Street in Salem and the Beverly Historical Society buildings are
classic examples of Federalist architecture. The major architects of this style
were Bulfinch from Boston, and McIntire from Salem.