I am not sure exactly what house style you would classify it as. The house was built in 1930. Here is the picture of the outside (from when we looked at it when it was for sale)
The walls are actually Benjamin Moore Hush which in person is a beige color. It must be the lighting that makes them look different in the pictures.
You have an American Foursquare house. They were most common from 1890 - 1930s, and can have Victorian, Craftsman, Colonial, etc. styling inside. I'd label yours as a (mostly) Craftsman Foursquare because of the coffered ceiling in the dining room, the 5-panel doors, and the little windows flanking the fireplace. Traditionally, built-in bookcases would have been on either side of the fireplace. Yours may have been removed at some point (or were never added). The fireplace windows also look to be divided into 3, which is another common Craftsman detail.
The front porch columns, being rounded, make it look a little bit Colonial. So do the turned spindles on the stairway, but it's common for homes of that area to be a little eclectic and mix styles.
Lovely home! I have a Foursquare as well, but nowhere near as ornate as yours.
Thanks for all the information! I thought it was most like a four-square but it doesn't have the traditional four square layout. You enter into the living room that has the staircase and fireplace, then straight to the dining room and kitchen with a half bath. Upstairs is a full bath and two bedrooms (there were originally three bedrooms but a previous owner converted the two smaller bedrooms into one). It does have a hip roof that is slate (a lot of the houses in our neighborhood have slate roofs or did at some point).
We want to add built-in cabinets next to the fireplace and redo the mantel and hearth. I want a tiled fireplace. I don't know when we will bet to the fireplace but I would like to do it eventually.
The windows by the fireplace are dived in 3 and appear to be the original glass, which has a pebbled texture.
Thank you, I want to see pictures of your home too! I didn't think my house was particularly ornate.