60 of the finest Victorian mansions and house designs in the world in this extensive photo gallery. Ornate, simple, huge and small. Best designs here.
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Victorian mansion with extensive white trim and large brick front gate in Dunedin, New Zealand
Some people will only want to live in a Victorian style home while other people would never consider it. While you can built a new home in the contemporary style, many people buy an old Victorian home with the intention of fixing it up.
I know fixing up an old Victorian is an enormous job because I have a family member at the tail end of a what has turned out to be a 10 year reno of a huge 4,000+ square foot Victorian home. Yes, it’s beautiful. Yes, it’s even more beautiful now that it’s done, but it’s also referred to as the never ending money pit.
That said, a nicely renovated Victorian home is something special. Many, especially many of the homes featured in this Victorian home photo gallery, can be considered a work of art. The intricate design and woodwork on some of the homes is truly astonishing. Further, you can certainly built a new home in a Victorian style; however, most newly built Victorian homes lack the intricate details of the homes built during the Victorian period (1837 to 1901).
As you will see in our gallery of the finest Victorian mansions and houses, there is great diversity in the design. Enjoy the gallery.
Wood and stone Victorian home in Asturias, Spain.
Stunning “gingerbread” Victorian house with red exterior and white trim.
Large green, black and red Victorian home with front porch and brick foundation.
Red brick Victorian mansion with white porch in Albany, New York.
Famous Buffalo Bill’s Victorian home in white with green trim located in Nebraska.
3-story red brick and a white trim Victorian mansion on corner lot in an urban setting.
Victorian mansion on large heavily treed property in Florida.
Contemporary rambling Victorian house.
Large white and grey Victorian house with full-width porch and stone wall lining the driveway.
Large 3-story red brick Victorian home with white pillars in front supporting second story front deck.
Large red brick Victorian home with central tower among trees on a large property.
All-white Victorian home with red brick chimney and small front porches on the first and second floor.
Green, red and yellow Victorian home with large round front porch and large square front deck on the second story.
Modestly designed three-story Victorian home with full-width front porch and solarium in the back.
Gingerbread Victorian mansion built with red brick including extensive use white trim and supporting columns with a solarium room on the side
Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts: The Corbin Norton House (Peter Norton, Norton Utilities/Symantec), totally destroyed by fire in 2001, is pictured here fully restored to its original Queen Anne style residence which was completed in 2004.
Cook-Rutledge red brick historic mansion in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin of the High Victorian Italianate architectural style.
Mansion on Prairie Avenue in Douglas, a Chicago community on the South Side. Landmark house built in 1885.
Rambling Victorian era mansion on the Jersey Shore.
Red exterior Victorian era mansion with tower.
The historic Alfred McCune mansion building on Capitol Hill in dowtown Salt Lake City, Utah. P
White Victorian era mansion in Maine, USA.
The historic Craigdarroch castle (built in 1890) in downtown Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Fairlawn Mansion: The 42 room Queen Anne Victorian, a unique and well-recognized city landmark as it appears in Superior, Wisconsin. The Mansion stands as an enduring testament to lumber baron Martin Pattison’s success and standing in the community. Fairlawn Mansion was completed in 1891 at the cost of $150,000; an equivalent of well over $3 million today.
Niagara-on-the-Lake Victorian Mansion
Patterson House on the grounds of Ardenwood Historic Farm
Perry Hannah house in Traverse City, Michigan
4 Contemporary Victorian Homes (click the images for the blueprints)
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