Early in the 19th century
Classical Revival styles dominated building styles. Advances in building materials and technologies
allowed architects to incorporate the newest materials, while borrowing
elements from many styles and traditions. While architects continued
to look to the past, they also created diverse new Victorian
styles borrowing from many other styles.
Late 1800's residences were asymmetrical, complex creations. Built
of disparate elements, their wall surfaces were highly textured
and included intricate surfaces extensively
decorated. This conscious
effort to achieve visual complexity was not usually achieved by
the use of one style; instead, highly eclectic homes combined
forms and elements from a number of stylistic sources.
Gothic Revival, Romanesque Revival, Renaissance Revival,
Italianate, Carpenter Gothic, Stick Style, Queen Anne, Shingle Style
collectively encompass Victorian Home styling.
The front elevations of our Victorian home
plans reflect these time honored elements. The
floor plans incorporate
modern design features and amenities for the way we live
our lives in
Each of our Victorian house
plans including those featured here can be customized to your
specific needs. Our Plan
Alterations department can alter any of these plans to make it
the perfect home for you.