The Queen Anne-Victorian style is an extremely varied and
decoratively rich architectural style. This style usually plays on a contrast of materials
with the first floors often made of brick or stone with the top floor made of
wood. Roofs are usually gabled or hipped. Features include turrets or towers,
finials, pendants, and stained glass windows. Most Queen Anne-Victorians have
large porches, verandas and balconies.