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Victorian style house plan featuring a wrap around porch, a 2 story turret, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths.

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Victorian style house plans are chosen for their elegant designs that most commonly include two stories with steep roof pitches, turrets, and dormer windows. The exterior typically features stone, wood, or vinyl siding, large porches with turned posts and decorative wood railing, corbels, and decorative gable trim. The Victorian style was developed and became quite popular from about 1820 to the early 1900s, and it's still a coveted architectural style today.

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Victorian style house plans are chosen for their elegant designs that most commonly include two stories with steep roof pitches, turrets, and dormer windows. The exterior typically features stone, wood, or vinyl siding, large porches with turned posts and decorative wood railing, corbels, and decorative gable trim. The Victorian style was developed and became quite popular from about 1820 to the early 1900s, and it's still a coveted architectural style today.

 A History of Victorian Home Plans

Victorian style house plans actually are a combination of several other main styles such as Italianate, Second Empire, and Queen Anne. Designers began to implement characteristics of several styles to create what is most commonly known as Victorian. This house style is sometimes viewed by critics as cluttered or overpowered with trimwork and ornamentation; however, these are the attributes that made Victorian home plans so popular during the 1800s.

Today, Victorian style house plans are still being built throughout the United States. The architectural style remains popular and can nearly always be found in the older neighborhoods of America. Many people seek these types of homes in good condition for restoration because of their timeless appeal, and many of these homes can be found on the historical register.

Many modern Victorian house floor plans contain updated features such as exercise rooms and home theaters while still retaining that old-world charm. Browse our Victorian house plans below to find the home that’s perfect for you. Please contact us with any questions.

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Victorian House Plans

Victorian style house plan featuring a wrap around porch, a 2 story turret, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths.

Victorian style house plans are chosen for their elegant designs that most commonly include two stories with steep roof pitches, turrets, and dormer windows. The exterior typically features stone, wood, or vinyl siding, large porches with turned posts and decorative wood railing, corbels, and decorative gable trim. The Victorian style was developed and became quite popular from about 1820 to the early 1900s, and it's still a coveted architectural style today.

 A History of Victorian Home Plans

Victorian style house plans actually are a combination of several other main styles such as Italianate, Second Empire, and Queen Anne. Designers began to implement characteristics of several styles to create what is most commonly known as Victorian. This house style is sometimes viewed by critics as cluttered or overpowered with trimwork and ornamentation; however, these are the attributes that made Victorian home plans so popular during the 1800s.

Today, Victorian style house plans are still being built throughout the United States. The architectural style remains popular and can nearly always be found in the older neighborhoods of America. Many people seek these types of homes in good condition for restoration because of their timeless appeal, and many of these homes can be found on the historical register.

Many modern Victorian house floor plans contain updated features such as exercise rooms and home theaters while still retaining that old-world charm. Browse our Victorian house plans below to find the home that’s perfect for you. Please contact us with any questions.

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Victorian Style House Design: Timeless Appeal and Charm


TPC author Brian Toolan
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With its turrets, gables and ornate trim, the “Victorian” house may be deemed as Bleak House or The House of the Seven Gables as depicted in classic literature.  Quite the contrary.  Perhaps the most colorful, romantic and vibrant architectural style, the “Victorian” took flight during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901) when the Industrial Age was in full force.   The “Victorian” style has been called “the first product of the American Industrial Age.” When the Industrial


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