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When most people think about a Victorian home, it is actually the Queen Anne style that originated in the late 1800's. Queen Anne style was named after Queen Victoria of England. These homes reflected the ability and freedom to add elaborate details and decorations to the homes fascade with steep roof pitches, turrets, dormers, towers, bays, eyebrow windows and porches with turned posts and decorative railings. Most have the "gingerbread" ornamentations with fish scale shingles and a variety of exterior colors.

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Plan #026803 - Georgia Avenue
Living Area: 3,046 Square Feet

Width: 111' 4"
Depth: 83' 6"

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Plan #041284 - Mapleton
Living Area: 2,944 Square Feet

Width: 38'
Depth: 49'

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Plan #041482 - Macon
Living Area: 2,927 Square Feet

Width: 105'
Depth: 60' 2"

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Plan #159945 - Le Maintenon
Living Area: 2,926 Square Feet

Width: 69'
Depth: 44'

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Plan #1591044 - Le Leoni
Living Area: 2,846 Square Feet

Width: 60'
Depth: 48'

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