Late Victorian architecture

Late Victorian architecture

A term occasionally applied to architecture in the Queen Anne style. See Victorian architecture.
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Outside it is a classic example of late Victorian architecture, characterised by mellow brick elevations, stone detailing, tall chimney stacks and large windows.
The walk will concentrate on the heritage of the market, which is a good example of late Victorian architecture and engineering.
To be known as The Whitings, after the building which is to be rendered in white, and its proximity to the cricket club, the designs for CALA Homes' new development have taken inspiration from the Edwardian and late Victorian architecture of the large homes in Station Road, in Knowle.
The Reynolds Mansion is a stunning example of late Victorian architecture, and is representative of many of the fine homes constructed here in the late 1800s.
This example of late Victorian architecture is semi-detached and handy for commuting into Chesterfield.
Built in 1889 by John Derby-Allcroft, a wealthy glove manufacturer, Stokesay Court is well known for its late Victorian architecture.
This once threatened district contains some of the finest late Victorian architecture left in Michigan and has significance to the history of Detroit's early industrialists, Jewish professionals and African-American organizations and middle-class communities.
Fr Anthony Symondson, an expert on late Victorian architecture, said the furniture in St Aidan's was superlative.