April 16, 2016

13 Dramatic Gothic Victorian Homes Part 2

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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 more of my favorite Dramatic Gothic Victorian homes.

This is just a part of my list (part 2). 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 Beautiful Dark Gothic Victorian Homes Part 2

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Bishops Palace

Bishop’s Palace is located in Galveston, Texas. It was built by lawyer Colonel Walter Greshan and designed by Nicholas Clayton, Galveston’s premier architect. this Victorian castle was cited by the American Institute of Architects as one of the 100 most important buildings in America. The 4-story home was built from 1886 to 1892.

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Parrott-Camp-Soucy House

This remarkable Gothic Victorian home is located Newnan, Georgia. It started out as a Greek Revival built-in 1842 by Confederate surgeon Abraham North. In the 1880’s it was rebuilt into a Victorian.

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No info on this home, some sources I’ve looked at said it is located in Michigan. If you have any info on this home, please share.

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Tillinghast Willys Bell Home

Built in 1901 right at the end of the Gothic Victorian era, this alluring Gothic Victorian was constructed for a licorice tycoon. The home gets its name from the original first 3 owners. Tillinghast Willys Bell Home is located in Toledo, Ohio. I’m completely shocked that this house was recently on the market and sold for 270,000.

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The Edward Steves House

The Edward Steve’s House was built-in 1877. This phenomenal Second Empire style Victorian is Located in San Antonio Texas. This home reminds me of the house straight out of Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

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The Elmwood House

Built in 1887, this Brick Chateauesque Victorian is located in Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky.

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This stunning Second Empire Gothic Victorian home is located at 72 Walton St. in Saratoga Springs, New York. It was built-in 1877.

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One of my top favorites, Joseph Cather Newsom designed this beautifully constructed home. Built in 1889, this Gothic Victorian is located in Angelino Heights, Los Angeles, California.

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Manoir-des-carpates

Located in Mires Paris France, Is this abandoned beauty. It has been abandoned for some time now. It’s such a shame to see a home this beautiful, just left behind.

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Just selling for 269,900$, again I’m completely shocked at how low the prices are for some of these Gothic Victorian homes. This  incredibly crafted Richardson Romanesque was built-in the 1890’s and is located in Schenectady, NY.

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I think that all Gothic Victorian homes are beautiful, but this one is definitely beautiful and creepy as all hell! This most likely haunted home is located in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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The Colonel Charles Northam House

The Colonel Charles Northam House was built-in 1875 for Colonel Harvey Northam. This stick style Victorian is located in Charter Oak Place, Hartford, Connecticut.

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Holy Village

In Highgate, North London lies the Gothic Victorian Holy Village. Built in 1863 by William Cubitt, it was designed by the architect Henry Astley Darbishire for Baroness Angela Burdett-Coutt. The village consists of a group of eight buildings built around a green, comprising of four detached houses and four pairs of adjoining houses.

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Well, that concludes Part 2 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.  Be sure to stop by the Gallery too and pin as much as your little black heart’s desire. Stop back every day, I’m constantly adding new content. Thanks! Hope you enjoyed!

DRAMATIC GOTHIC VICTORIAN HOMES PART 1

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