23 Impressive Pictures of Victorian Houses

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The architecture of Victorian houses usually looks grand and imposing, even when the house is actually small. Having survived more than a century, the homes are often either in shambles and ‘haunted’ or in a gentrified yuppy neighborhood, renovated into the 21st-century. Either way, Victorian houses are impressive buildings to photograph, capable of showing wealth and poverty at once.

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Oregon Fairy Tale by Danielle Denham

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Old Victorian House New Jersey by Kaelyn Ryan

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Turners Falls, Massachusetts in Autumn by Paul Hood

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Green Door by Marcie Adams

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Fall Colors by monica hemenway

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Victorian house surrounded by wheat by Randall K. Roberts

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Darling do come see us! by Myan Soffia

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The Moreland Morrow by ara133photography

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A Blush of Winter by Lisa Howarth

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Vic house by Neil Kremer

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Victorian Houses, Nottingham!!! by Natesh Ramasamy

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Paradise by SnapsterMax

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Victorian House by David Sawyer

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Guerrero Street @21st, San Francisco by Allan Ferguson

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The historic McPike Mansion by Black.Doll

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Charles Copeland Morse Residence by David Sawyer

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Meeker Mansion, Puyallup WA by Michael Martin

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H.B. Noyes House (1891) by chicagogeek

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Blue Victorian, Grants Pass, Oregon by David Berry

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The Painted Lady by liz west

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Pink Victorian by liz west

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San Francisco – Painted ladies by Alberto Carrasco Casado

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Victorian by Teresa Boardman

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  1. Marcie Adams

    These Victorian houses are absolutely stunning and beautiful! Thank you so much for including me in this awesome collection. I am truly honored.

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  2. Suhasini Srihari

    The houses look so beautiful, seems to me as colourful castles! And great work with the clicks as well!

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  3. Douglas Clarke

    The photos of those grand old houses are beautiful. I often wonder if there are any craftsmen left that do the fancy gingerbread artwork that is on them. I am also curious about the curved clapboards. I assume that they must have been steamed to make them pliable before they were installed.

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  4. Janet Warren

    How wonderful that some have been saved. We had some on West Third St, Roberts Blvd, Monument Ave, and Grand Ave in Dayton, Ohio when I was a kid (about 65 years ago.) They are all gone now. Distroyed in the name of progress! They were beautiful.

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  5. Sheila Jeffery

    My Biggest Dream has always been to Live in a Very Large Mansion.

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