The Hamilton House, originally built in 1870. This house is of the Italianate style. The iron cresting, at the very top of the house, was commonly found on Second Empire homes. The Italianate windows are based on Roman arches. It has 12 foot ceilings and windows which are nearly 11 feet high. Originally on the first floor there was a parlor, a sitting room, an office, anteroom, foyer, dining room and a kitchen with two pantries. Upstairs there were seven bedrooms and a foyer.
intérieur d'usine, industriel
Silas Robbins House, Wethersfield CT
abandoned manor house near paris.
Gorgeous old Victorian home!
Soniat Duffosat House - New Orleans photo credit, David J. L'Hoste
1887 Victorian located at: 2205 Scudder St, Saint Paul, MN 55108
Hower House was completed in 1871. John Henry Hower along with Jacob Snyder, a well-known Akron architect, designed this house in the Second Empire Italianate style. This 28-room mansion is capped with a distinctive mansard roof and soaring tower. The unusual floor plan was based on the" “Akron Plan,” widely used in church constructions as part of the “Sunday School movement” across the United States between 1870 and 1917.