Queen Anne Style

The Queen Anne Style Originally began in England in the 18th Century and was revived during the 19th and 20th centuries. The British Queen Anne style differs from the American use of the Queen Anne Style. The British style more closely resembles the arts and crafts style. The American use of the term better describes a group of “non-Gothic Revival Style” architecture rather than a set architectural formula. With this style, there is much confusion between buildings built under Queen Anne’s Rule and the Term “Queen Anne Style”.

Common Features

  • Stairs Leading to Carved Stone Doorway
  • Wrap-Around Front Porch
  • Cantilevered Front Gable
  • Dutch Gables
  • Triangle Pediment

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