Since I love anything with a Gothic look, owning one of these homes would be a dream come true. The Dramatic Gothic Victorian homes in this gallery are considered to be a work of art. Now a days, you will rarely see these masterpieces. It really is a shame to see some of these homes rundown and abandoned. All they need is a little love and affection, they definitely deserve it. Some of these homes have taken several years just to build. So much thought and attention went into these homes and truly are breath-taking. So here are 13 of my favorite Dramatic Gothic Victorian homes.
This is just a part of my list (part 1). These houses are in no chronological order. I will have several more sequels to follow, so stay put. Enjoy!
Please note: These are not my photos. These Gothic Victorian homes are just my personal favorite’s. I tried my best to credit the sources of the photos and information on each home. If there is a photo or information that should be credited or you would like your photo removed, please contact me and I will be happy to take it down, change it, or credit the correct source. In my research on these homes, there are several that I wasn’t able to find much information on and some with no information at all. If you have any information on any of these homes, please share or you can contact me on my contact page. It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Now here we go!
13 Dramatic Gothic Victorian Homes Part 1
The Charles M. Sublett House
The Charles M. Sublett House is located on Millionaire Row in Danville, Virginia. This Victorian Gothic style home was built-in 1874 by Mr. Sublett for his bride Jennie Cosby. It has 3 1/2 stories and is supposedly haunted in this historic district.
Gorgeous Brick Gothic Victorian home located in Chicago, Illinois. I love the detail on the roof trimming.
Chateau Notenboom II
In total ruin now this beautiful Gothic Victorian is located near Brecht, Belgium. It was home to a German couple who fled Germany during WWII. They abandoned this mansion after the war and went back to their home in Germany.
Decaying in Western Louisville, Kentucky is this abandoned beauty. Built-in the 1860’s, this building is one of the few remaining local examples of the Richardsonian Romanesque Gothic Victorian style.
Meanwood Towers a Victorian Gothic house was built-in 1866 – 1867. It was designed by Edward Welby Pugin. Meanwood Towers was originally called Meanwood House and is located in West Yorkshire, England.
This gorgeous painted lady is located on Pleasant St. in Monson, Massachusetts. The color choices on this home are superb! I Love the dark red and the roof!
The Carleton Villa
Reminds me of something out of a Tim Burton movie. The Carleton Villa was designed by architect William Miller in 1894 for William O. Wyckoff. It’s Located in the Thousand Islands on Cartleton Island, where Lake Ontario flows into the St. Lawrence River. This beautiful Gothic Victorian was abandoned in WWII by General Electric shortly after they took ownership and is now for sale, for 495,000$.
Whoever lives here has great taste in color choices! Located in San Francisco, California is this wicked little black Gothic Victorian home.
Mcfadden Mansion is a Stick Style Gothic Victorian home. Built-in 1883, it was the home of U.S. congressman Louis T. McFadden. It’s located on McFadden Rd in Canton, PA.
Located in Bucharest, Romania is this charming little Gothic Victorian.
Just selling for 225,000$, the new owners of this phenomenal home must be extremely excited. This brick and stone Romanesque Gothic Victorian Castle was built-in 1887 by Paul J. Sorg. It’s located on Main St. in Middletown, Ohio.
Stunning Second Empire Gothic Victorian home, built-in 1875. This home is located in Rhinebeck, NY.
The Adam N. Schuster House
The Farber-Schuster-Farrish House is located at 703 Hall Street, Saint Joseph, Missouri. This Gothic beauty is in the Italianate style, designed by L.S. Stigers and built-in the 1878-1881 period.
Well, that concludes Part 1 of Dramatic Gothic Victorian Homes. Which one was your favorite? I’ll be posting several more sequels on Dramatic Gothic Victorian Homes. I have a ton of them that I just absolutely adore, so stay tuned. Do you know about a Dramatic Gothic Victorian Home, that you think should be on this list? Contact me, either post in the comments or through my contact page and I’d be happy to add it. Also if you have any other information on any of these homes, please share. I’d be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Hope you enjoyed!
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