Ardoyne Plantation - Historic sugarcane plantation home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1894, considered to possibly be the largest and most elaborate remaining example of rural Victorian Gothic architecture in the state of Louisiana, and is filled with original family furniture and antiques.
This Victorian Gothic w/ it’s Queen Anne twin turrets, is a Cleveland historic landmark.There is no comparable architectural structure anywhere in Cleveland! Meticulously restored in 1992, this home has been updated with amenities including, security, cable, copper plumbing, extravagant hardware, doorplates, knobs and handles. Originally outfitted with only gas lights, proper electrical systems are in place. You will find fireplaces w/ intricate hand carved mantles oak formal staircase...
Scarborough House - Bonham, Texas “Old home of pioneer banker A. B. Scarborugh. Built in 1897. The massive architecture combines Gothic, Grecian and 17th Century features in arches, balconies, cupola, turrets, gables. And example of Victorian Romanesque. Bought in 1937 and preserved by Joe C. Denton.” Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1966 :: Gorgeous!
The Henry Sherry House in Neenah, Wisconsin was built in 1883 & is an example of Victorian Gothic architecture. The house was built with electricity. Henry Sherry was one of Wisconsin's best-known lumbermen. He was responsible for much of Neenah's residential and commercial development