Part of Stephen King’s property Bangor, Maine (via 500px / Fit For A King by Linda Edgecomb)
Victorian Mansion in…
Victorian Mansion in Bitterroot Valley by Jacob Hunt
Morningside Lenox Park Atlanta (by vizual2)
VW and its Queen Anne home
This Queen Anne Victorian with exotic touches stands proudly alone, surrounded by a golf course. The Ritz Mansion was built in 1895 by the widow of Philip Ritz and was copied from a home in Portland which Catherine Ritz had admired. The cost was $14,000. “Here cavalry men and young business men from town escorted local bells to receptions and garden parties.” (the cavalry men would have from the fort at Walla Walla) The Ritz’s had established a nursery in Walla Walla in 1882 which was the foundation of the fruit raising industry in eastern Washington. Because of Philip’s efforts to bring transportation to the area for distributing the fruit, Ritzville was named for him.
Victorian House in Wooster, Ohio. Photo by I_Dig_Doug.
One of my favorite houses in America - Old Westbury, NY
Mackinac Island became a very popular summer vacation spot during the 1880s-1890s. Many of the historic summer homes built during this time period lack central-heating. Victorian, Queen Anne and Neo-colonial are some of the most commonly seen styles of architecture in the cottages of that era on Mackinac. Some show a fusion of styles. Many of the private residences today sell, when they become available, for considerably more than $1 million.
Oak Bluffs Gingerbread House
On the harbor in Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard.
(by Professor Bop)