French Eclectic homes are mostly identified by the very distinctive roof. It’s steeply pitched with eaves that often curve upward where the roof joins the wall. The roof is a prominent feature in this style, making up a third of the home. Beyond the unifying and distinctive roof, you might see a more formal iteration that’s symmetrical with a centered and highlighted entry, or a less formal asymmetrical version, like a french farmhouse. These can look much like a Tudor Revival style, but are distinguishable by the aforementioned roof and lack of cross or front-facing gables.