Oh, what luck! I've been studying some archetectural models for something, so prepare to learn how your mansion can be more realistic.
WARNING: MAY CONTAIN GRAPHIC ARCHETECTURAL DETAILS NOT SUITABLE FOR MINORS!
1. Remove all the gray, or make it all gray. That way is could either be all stone or all painted wood, but not together. It just doesn't mesh well.
2. On the gables (the triangular bit the holds the roof) make it white. Or gray. Whatever type of style you prefer.
#. The portico (the 4 columns and the pediment [pointy roof-thing] that they hold) make it higher, or if you don't have enough bricks, make a sort of porch thing for them so they're higher.
Disneyland's Antebellum Haunted Mansion
The Baroque-Palladian Holburne House in Bath
Perhaps not all that relevant as they are different styles (the mansion is Georgian, right?) I think the suggestions would improve the look alot!
Also, as Boney suggested, a chimney or two. Probably at the ends, like a-so:
Do a google search for 'georgian house' and for the whole first page, there will not be a single house that breaks the Georgian chimney rule.
Edited by Norrington, 09 November 2008 - 07:03 PM.