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1732 Queen Anne - House Exterior - Specific House Styles
 
1732 Queen Anne - House Exterior - Specific House Styles -

Image Text: Late 1800's to early 1900's > complex, steep roof with large front facing gable > roof cresting (and finials) are common > roof is often hipped > lines of windows > towers are an identifying feature > smaller single pane above larger one > front facade is asymmetrical > porches typically wrap around two sides of the house > spindlework and intricate columns are very common

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