Old Town Hall in Salem, Massachusetts (dating from Features: Symmetrical facade; double-hung windows with shutters; paneled door with elaborate surround (pediment, pilasters, sidelights, and fanlight); dentil molding or other decoration at cornice.
Federal Revival Style Federalist architecture has its roots in England. Dentil moldings in the cornice and fan-shape or elliptical gable windows -- Palladian windows -- Oval rooms and recessed wall niches
Gardiner-Pingree House is a National Historic Landmark at 128 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. The house was built in 1804 by Samuel McIntire in a Federal style. It was added to the National Historic Register in