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Traditional Exterior
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Queen Anne Tower, asymmetrical, and an abundance of decorative elements. Also odd roof shape, and a porch
Queen Anna: Features: a sermetrical, steep roof piched, columns.
Queen Anne Style: Turrets, Gable roofing, multiple floors
This house is Queen Anne style because of the decorative trim and high pitched roofs
This Queen Anne is Absolutely Beautiful
This Queen Anne includes the trademark projecting gable roof, turret that turns the corner, and an abundance of windows. It does not, however, have the wide porch at its base. Rather, it has a more classically inspired front entry that fits in with its more formal and urbane context.
AnneThe Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These homes were popular from the 1870s through the 1900s and were greatly influenced by British architect Richard Norman Shaw. The style is often characterized by ornamentation and excess — steep rooflines and porches
“Dream house!” — Molly Schleede
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
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Buena Vista Beauty
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Queen Anne Features: Tower Decor Asymmetrical
Queen Anne: tower, porch, very decorative
Queen Anne style with tower in San Francisco. Love Queen Anne style.
Beautiful round turrets on Queen Anne style home
On larger parcels and in more suburban settings, Queen Annes often proudly host prominent tower elements, such as in this San Francisco example. Clear is the medieval form on houses of this type. The invention of wire nails and balloon framing enabled architects and builders to create free forms and
“Three level turret” — theaderogbas5
Siemasko + Verbridge
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Victorian Splendor
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Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention
around porch of Queen Anne style home
"Wraparound porches are found on many less-urban examples, such as this Boston house. Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture
Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture.
Wraparound porches are found on many less-urban examples, such as this Boston house. Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture.
“Little wood pieces under roof line” — cindikwebb
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Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
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in the United States was the Queen Anne. The Queen Anne was clearly a tran­si­tional style, cre­at­ing a bridge be­tween the ex­u­ber­ant Vic­to­rian and the re­strained Colo­nial Re­vival styles. The Queen Anne home is char­ac
other, the Queen Anne is a tall, up­right and proud house. At its base, the Queen Anne has a wide porch that wel­comes the vis­i­tor and pro­vides a place to rest and view the street. An abun­dance of large win­dows keeps the in­te­rior of the Queen Anne light
This classic Queen Anne has a tower, projecting gable roof and front porch. From its Palladian window in the gable to its Hindustani inspired tower roof, this Queen Anne typifies the eclecticism of its day.
“Decor” — goddessofchaos
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
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Sumner Residence
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Built in 1887 by Charles Burt Sumner, one of the founders of Pomona College, this Queen Anne-style Victorian home had fallen into neglect and disrepair. The College hired us to restore the home to its original grandeur in 1992. We even managed to uncover the original paint scheme and replicate the historic
queen anne style home, bright colors for exterior
This authentic and distinguished California Victorian house is known as Queen Anne style
Queen Anne. This authentic and distinguished California Victorian house is known as Queen Anne style. Interestingly, the refined fretwork that you see here is most likely an indigenous interpretation
“color” — flojo995
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
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This Queen Anne in Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood adds a welcoming touch to what could otherwise be a bit of an intimidating Addams Family–esque facade.
This home is a queen anne home because of the round tower and the irregular hip roof
Here is a more restrained Queen Anne, this time painted all white to reflect the approaching popularity of the Colonial Revival.
This Queen Anne in Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood adds a welcoming touch to what could otherwise be
“gothic” — frxsha
Margot Hartford Photography
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Haas Lillenthal house
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queen anne: detailed woodwork, tower, and porch
Queen Anne -Victorian- towers- decorative outside
Houzz at a GlanceStyle: Queen Anne VictorianYear built: 1886Distinction: A survivor of two earthquakes and heavy neighborhood development, the house is a museum of Victorian architecture and interior design. The Foundation for San Francisco’s Architectural Heritage (SF Heritage) offers docent-led tours
“very old Victorian house” — suzannewei
Dick Clark + Associates
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modern exterior architecture
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Like the best styles, the Queen Anne can be reinterpreted and brought up to date. In many ways the Queen Anne lives on, even when it's not so readily apparent, in this home. Sure, there's no "gingerbread" or "brick-a-brac
all-flat roof. But the asymmetrical exterior, tower space that wraps the corner, abundance of glass and front living space are all here.Do you live in a Queen Anne? Please tell us about it!More: Browse Victorian ExteriorsBrowse thousands of home design photosFind an architect
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