If you love the charm and elegance of a Victorian home, you’re not alone! Typically whimsical in design and three stories tall, traditional Victorian-style homes were most often constructed in Greater Philadelphia in the mid-late 1800s and feature decorative trim, asymmetrical design, and plenty of windows.
This historic Queen Anne Victorian in Chestnut Hill offers nearly 6000 square feet of living space and details of the era including built-ins, extraordinary mill work, and gleaming wood floors. 8525 Seminole St, Philadelphia – Asking $1.795m
Nestled at the end of a long and winding driveway is this enchanting 9000+ square foot Victorian mansion in Lower Bucks County. In addition to the beautifully manicured gardens and 12’6″ ceilings, this home is situated overlooking the Delaware River. 325 Chestnutwood Ln, Andalusia PA – Asking $3.7m
Built in the 1890s, this Queen Anne manor looks like it belongs on the set of Downton Abbey! Situated in picturesque Upper Bucks, this estate is bursting with period details and decor, including stained glass windows, built-in bookshelves, and window treatments fit for a king or queen! 573 Easton Rd, Riegelsville PA – Asking $1.295m.