Victorian architecture

A typical house from an early Victorian architecture, ofthen made of brick, exposed or rendered, with pitched roofs made from corrugated iron, tiles or slate. They often feature picket fences with a small garden at the entrance. A typical workers’cottage is a good example. 

This one is beautiful in white timber, the decorative door & the obligatory front along the façade with varying furniture that creates an immense charm.

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