Chapin House, (1867) New Hartford, CT Italianate style - low roofs, wide eaves, and ornamental brackets, Victorian Italianate houses suggest an Italian Renaissance villa; Some even sport a romantic cupola on the roof.
Gothic Revival- Medieval architecture and the great cathedrals of the Gothic age inspired all sorts of flourishes during the Victorian era. Builders gave houses arches, pointed windows, and other elements borrowed from the middle ages. Some Victorian Gothic Revival homes are grand stone buildings like miniature castles. Others are rendered in wood. Small wooden cottages with Gothic Revival features are called Carpenter Gothic.