Victorian Style House Plans by Advanced House Plans

Victorian homes date back to the late 19th century. Much like the Queen Anne style, the word “Victorian” refers to the reign of Queen Victoria that was aptly named the Victorian era and followed the Gothic revival style.

Victorian house plans gained popularity in the United States around the year 1900 as folk victorian homes. Though not as popular today, this style of home is still in demand. You can see great examples of the Victorian style in San Francisco. A group of houses known as “Painted Ladies” is the most prominent example.

The style remains one of the most recognizable architectural styles due to its steeply pitched roofs, ornate gables, churchlike rooftop finials, and large wraparound porches.

The interior design of our Victorian floor plans typically consists of an open layout focusing on the main living areas. These houses can also be found with a variety of options such as a walkout basement, side load garage, etc.

Browse our collection of Victorian home plans today to find your dream home.

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