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Wide, flaring, and quite steep, the roofs of Victorian-style homes are generally covered with wood shingles, as seen here. Sometimes, decorative slate shingles are used instead.

Wide, flaring, and quite steep, the roofs of Victorian-style homes are generally covered with wood shingles, as seen here. Sometimes, decorative slate shingles are used instead.

The Williams-Morton House, a Victorian Queen Anne in Columbia County awaits it's new owners. The exterior of this towered villa features a beautiful mix of clapboards, fancy cut shingles and a slate roof. The gardens in the rear have been brought back to life and can be enjoyed on your patio among the beautiful wisteria or from the second floor balcony. Lovingly restored inside as well, with homage to original paint colors, wallpaper and design elements this property is the perfect palett...

The Williams-Morton House, a Victorian Queen Anne in Columbia County awaits it's new owners. The exterior of this towered villa features a beautiful mix of clapboards, fancy cut shingles and a slate roof. The gardens in the rear have been brought back to life and can be enjoyed on your patio among the beautiful wisteria or from the second floor balcony. Lovingly restored inside as well, with homage to original paint colors, wallpaper and design elements this property is the perfect palett...

Queen Anne House Pictures: Missouri Queen Anne:  This house in Independence, Missouri was built in 1888 for T.J. Watson, a retired physician who served as a surgeon on General Grant's staff in the Civil War.  The red brick Queen Anne residence contains fine terra-cotta ornaments in stylized leaf shapes. The Victorian house is also distinguished by its conical roofed tower with fish-scale slate shingles, which extends from the second level to the attic, and by cut-brick chimneys.

A Photo Gallery of Queen Anne Architecture

Queen Anne House Pictures: Missouri Queen Anne: This house in Independence, Missouri was built in 1888 for T.J. Watson, a retired physician who served as a surgeon on General Grant's staff in the Civil War. The red brick Queen Anne residence contains fine terra-cotta ornaments in stylized leaf shapes. The Victorian house is also distinguished by its conical roofed tower with fish-scale slate shingles, which extends from the second level to the attic, and by cut-brick chimneys.

A Photo Gallery of Queen Anne Architecture: Missouri Queen Anne

A Photo Gallery of Queen Anne Architecture

Built circa 1890, the brick Queen Anne-style Worthington Mansion  exhibits attention to detail, such as the full-height tower with curved windows. Other Queen Anne aspects include a complex roofline with slate shingles, and dentil molding along the roof and porch cornices, and the ornamental design on the gable of the  dormer window. The windows on the main façade, in clusters of two and three, are surrounded in stone with stone pilasters between each window and at the ends of each cluster.

Built circa 1890, the brick Queen Anne-style Worthington Mansion exhibits attention to detail, such as the full-height tower with curved windows. Other Queen Anne aspects include a complex roofline with slate shingles, and dentil molding along the roof and porch cornices, and the ornamental design on the gable of the dormer window. The windows on the main façade, in clusters of two and three, are surrounded in stone with stone pilasters between each window and at the ends of each cluster.

The Williams-Morton House, a Victorian Queen Anne in Columbia County awaits it's new owners. The exterior of this towered villa features a beautiful mix of clapboards, fancy cut shingles and a slate roof. The gardens in the rear have been brought back to life and can be enjoyed on your patio among the beautiful wisteria or from the second floor balcony. Lovingly restored inside as well, with homage to original paint colors, wallpaper and design elements this property is the perfect palett...

The Williams-Morton House, a Victorian Queen Anne in Columbia County awaits it's new owners. The exterior of this towered villa features a beautiful mix of clapboards, fancy cut shingles and a slate roof. The gardens in the rear have been brought back to life and can be enjoyed on your patio among the beautiful wisteria or from the second floor balcony. Lovingly restored inside as well, with homage to original paint colors, wallpaper and design elements this property is the perfect palett...

The Williams-Morton House, a Victorian Queen Anne in Columbia County awaits it's new owners. The exterior of this towered villa features a beautiful mix of clapboards, fancy cut shingles and a slate roof. The gardens in the rear have been brought back to life and can be enjoyed on your patio among the beautiful wisteria or from the second floor balcony. Lovingly restored inside as well, with homage to original paint colors, wallpaper and design elements this property is the perfect palett...

The Williams-Morton House, a Victorian Queen Anne in Columbia County awaits it's new owners. The exterior of this towered villa features a beautiful mix of clapboards, fancy cut shingles and a slate roof. The gardens in the rear have been brought back to life and can be enjoyed on your patio among the beautiful wisteria or from the second floor balcony. Lovingly restored inside as well, with homage to original paint colors, wallpaper and design elements this property is the perfect palett...

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