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  • Joey Chiang

    "Victorian Architecture Style - Second Empire. Reflected a new kind of urban architecture, inspired in great part by the apartment buildings in Paris and other western European cities. Often, these were highly ornamented buildings with a tall and flat facade, topped with a mansard-style curved roof. Long dormer windows often sat at the top of the building, and bay windows were common"-houzz.com A cosy historical home

  • Barb Roberts

    Victorian Houses: Second Empire reflected a new kind of urban architecture, inspired in great part by the apartment buildings in Paris and other western European cities. Often, these were highly ornamented buildings with a tall and flat facade, topped with a mansard-style curved roof. Long dormer windows often sat at the top of the building, and bay windows were common as well. These homes usually had a rectangular floor plan with a central hall and double entry doors.

  • Shawna Behrens

    Beautiful. DPC Pacific Heights Residence traditional. San Francisco neutral painted lady

  • Rachel Russell

    Victorian home....dreaming to live back at San Francisco. Like in Full House.!

  • Chloe Parker

    #victorian #house #sanfrancisco

  • LINDA SIMONE

    victorian house california | Victorian Home San Francisco, CA

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