2 Victorian 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.
3 Bay 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
4 Popular Victorian house styles British Arts and Crafts movementGothic RevivalItalianateJacobethanNeoclassicismNeo-GrecPainted ladiesQueen AnneRenaissance RevivalRomanesque RevivalSecond EmpireStick-EastlakeIndustrial architecturePopular Victorian house styles
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