2Victorian Style Most popular in the US between 1860 – 1900 In eastern America they typically have 3 storiesIn western America they typically have 1-2 storiesMaterials were usually bricks or local stone and were roofed with slate stoneThey were originally located in the UK but were brought to America by the British.
3Bay window(window that sticks out of a house, that can have windows on the side of it) Dentils(Molding going around the house with rectangle holes in it)ColumnDormer(window that sticks out from the roof that has a roof of its own)Clapboard siding(wood siding)Transom(opening window above a door or window)Turret(small, skinny tower usually at the corner of a building)Portico(porch with a roof)Mansard roof(roof with two slopes, and often it is flat on top)Common Features
4Popular Victorian house styles British Arts and Crafts movementGothic RevivalItalianateJacobethanNeoclassicismNeo-GrecPainted ladiesQueen AnneRenaissance RevivalRomanesque RevivalSecond EmpireStick-EastlakeIndustrial architecturePopular Victorian house styles
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