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    Mansion View B & B in Historic Old West End, in Toledo, Ohio. We are pleased to open up our neighborhood the first week in June each year and share it with the world during the Annual Old West End Festival. The Historic District is comprised of over 25 city blocks squared and hosts some of the finest architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Victorian, Edwardian, Queen Anne, Romanesque, Arts and Crafts, Neoclassical, and Colonial Revival homes fill our tree-lined streets.

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    Victorian House

  • Kim Wilcox

    Mansion View Inn Toledo, Ohio

  • Marilyn

    Victorian home in Toledo Ohio.

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Victorian home in Old West End, Toledo, Ohio lived there 87-90 The Historic District is comprised of over 25 city blocks squared and hosts some of the finest architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Victorian, Edwardian, Queen Anne, Romanesque, Arts and Crafts, Neoclassical

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2070 San Jose Avenue, Alameda, California, 1893 Queen Anne Victorian. The island community of Alameda contains more historic Victorian homes per capita than any other city in the U.S. Built as a suburb of San Francisco in the 1880's-90's, the builders boasted that the train station was no more than a 3 minute walk from any house in the neighborhood.

One of my dream houses - there are so many styles to choose from! Victorian, cottage, craftsman. Just not a ranch house! Or, as they're called now "mid-century" houses! haha

Old West End Festival first week in June each year This Historic District is comprised of over 25 city blocks squared and hosts some of the finest architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Victorian, Edwardian, Queen Anne, Romanesque, Arts and Crafts, Neoclassical, and Colonial Revival homes fill our tree-lined streets.