Victorian Style architecture is popular in areas throughout Utah, especially in early built areas such as Ogden City, Downtown Salt Lake City, the Avenues, and Sugar House. Many of the Victorian homes in Utah were built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This historic home style is named after Queen Victoria, Queen of Britain during the introduction of Victorian architecture.
Identifying a Victorian House in Utah
Victorian homes are often described as decorative. These homes have roofs that are typically pitched. Most Victorian houses feature large bay windows in the front and facades that extend asymmetrically resulting in different levels of depth and creating a unique and appealing look. Front porches are also common.
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