The Queen Anne style is very colorful and interesting, with fancy decorations, often
labeled “gingerbread houses” or “dollhouses.” It gained prominence during late 19th
and early 20th century. Common features include steep and irregularly shaped roof,
asymmetrical, irregularly shaped house design, a porch that extends around the house.
These houses are typically have very colorful exteriors, including pink, burgundy,
green and blue. This style is also known for its great detail work, such as patterned
shingles and decorative trim, towers, tall chimneys, pavilions, bay windows and