After a century without, I hope the two get along with one another. It's likely a close match to what was there originally, although the photo below is all we have to go on. And, as far as we know, it never housed horses, but rather a chauffeur and an automobile that featured prominently in all the social pages (although, cruelly, they never mention what kind)!
The photo was strategically taken, as all but the front is awaiting paint (and the front is awaiting additional coats in places), and only about half of the sashes are glazed. Still, it's gratifying, even if moving the big ladder is still a bit agonizing.
So, do we think the fascia should be green, or blackish purple like the doors? It's the only placement I can't seem to commit to... In the oldest photo of the house the trim does seem to be darkest around the topmost moldings (which are actually the built in gutters). But I haven't made it up there to scrape and see for myself. As an aside, we're certain the sashes were originally Indian red, and there's evidence of early bronze green and purplish black, hence our choices. As for locations of said colors, nothing seems to add up in that department. Keep in mind, the first floor brick is dark red, and the upper shingles have always been dark brown. By 1920, the entirety of the house's trim had been colonial revivalized in mustard, at that point the sashes may have still been red, or may have already been painted black. All the careful scraping in the world won't tell you what was what color when. Oy!