Historic Real Estate: Victorian Details Edition

Posted on: March 16th, 2012 by National Trust for Historic Preservation

Pequot Colony Cottage - New London, Connecticut

Built in 1892, this Pequot Colony home is minutes from the beach. Oh, you wanted more details? The house boasts stained glass, marble and slate mantels, antique lighting, a built-in china hutch, main floor laundry, and a butler’s pantry with sink. Pricetag: $410,000 

Ye Olde-Fashioned Pink & Floral - Morgan City, Louisiana

This National Register 1902 Victorian home is a complete blast from the past. The home features grand 14-foot ceilings, a center hall staircase, and four fireplaces, and also includes a parlor, den, garden room, and utility room, library, dining room, modern kitchen, and back porch. If you weren't already sold, the price includes all of the original (pink and floral) furniture. Pricetag: $895,000

Hocking Hills Beauty - Logan, Ohio

This fine Queen Anne (with marks of High Victorian Gothic) sits perched on a hill overlooking Ohio's Hocking Valley. It features four turret chimneys, a mansard roof, and over 4,200 square feet of finished living space. Its seven fireplaces are decorated with tile imported from Czechslovakia by the original owner. Pricetag: $650,000

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