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Is your home an Eastlake Victorian? Beautiful tree btw.
It's a Queen Anne Stick Style Victorian built in 1873.

Edited to add: The QA Stick Style came in during the Eastlake period, so they're sometimes lumped together. Some consider them part of the same movement, others don't. I think it's really one of the Eastlake subsets.

According to our town historian, that molding was cut in a sawmill that was a couple of blocks away from the house. That is our living room. The moldings in what used to be the parlor are much bigger though more traditional with rosettes and fluting. As was the style of the day, the nicest woodwork and appointments were in the areas where you'd receive company, and the farther you get into the private areas the more plain it becomes.
 
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It's a Queen Anne Stick Style Victorian built in 1873.

Edited to add: The QA Stick Style came in during the Eastlake period, so they're sometimes lumped together. Some consider them part of the same movement, others don't. I think it's really one of the Eastlake subsets.

According to our town historian, that molding was cut in a sawmill that was a couple of blocks away from the house. That is our living room. The moldings in what used to be the parlor are much bigger though more traditional with rosettes and fluting. As was the style of the day, the nicest woodwork and appointments were in the areas where you'd receive company, and the farther you get into the private areas the more plain it becomes.
Thanks for the response , I bought a 1890 Eastlake back in the 90's in Nashville it had 13' ceilings and 8' doors with transom's the windows went all the way to the baseboard and you could open them up and walk thru them, I bought it for a flip and really enjoyed rehabbing it. The window casing looked familiar.
 

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Thanks for the response , I bought a 1890 Eastlake back in the 90's in Nashville it had 13' ceilings and 8' doors with transom's the windows went all the way to the baseboard and you could open them up and walk thru them, I bought it for a flip and really enjoyed rehabbing it. The window casing looked familiar.
The windows in the parlor are like that. The other windows are about 16" from the floor to the sill downstairs, and about 8" upstairs. Ceilings aren't that high here, 9.5' down and 9 up. Doors are 7'6". There are three windows in a bay, 3 single interior doors, an exterior funeral door, and a set of French doors to the parlor...just in the living room. It really limits furniture arrangements!
 

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Post-Christmas calories burning: breakdance.

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There were big flocks of small, black birds zipping around. Those are the streaks in the sky.

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Our best Christmas present - our two beautiful fur babies still with us after 21 years.

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