Sacramento Victorian Houses Photos

Having been established on the wealth of the 1849 gold rush, the first transcontinental railroad, & on becoming State Capitol, Sacramento's citizens built Victorian-style houses appropriate to the city's status. Many of those buildings still stand providing an old-time frontier atmosphere to the city.

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California Governor's Mansion was built for Albert Gallatin, a partner in the hardware store of Huntington & Hopkins. Sacramento, CA.Leland Stanford Mansion [aka Stanford-Lathrop House]. Sacramento, CA.Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento, CA.Victorian House. Sacramento, CA.
California Governor's Mansion (1877) (1526 H St.) was built for Albert Gallatin, a partner in the hardware store of Huntington & Hopkins. Sacramento, CA. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Nathaniel D. Goodell. Leland Stanford Mansion (1857, 1862, 1871) [aka Stanford-Lathrop House] (800 N St.). Sacramento, CA. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Seth Babson. On National Register. Crocker Art Museum (1852, 1883-4) (216 O St.). Sacramento, CA. Style: Italianate. Architect: Seth Babson. On National Register. Victorian House (915 11 St.). Sacramento, CA.
Detail of Victorian House. Sacramento, CA.Llewellyn Williams mansion now a youth hostel. Sacramento, CA.Porch details of Llewellyn Williams mansion. Sacramento, CA.Yellow Eastlake-style house on F St. between 11th & 12th. Sacramento, CA.
Detail of Victorian House (915 11 St.). Sacramento, CA.Llewellyn Williams mansion (1885) (925 H St.) now a youth hostel. Sacramento, CA. Style: Italianate Eastlake.Porch details of Llewellyn Williams mansion. Sacramento, CA.Yellow Eastlake-style house on F St. between 11th & 12th. Sacramento, CA.
Green Eastlake-style house. Sacramento, CA.Front porch details of Eastlake-style house. Sacramento, CA.White Eastlake-style house. Sacramento, CA.Brown Eastlake-style house. Sacramento, CA.
Green Eastlake-style house (c1880) (1511 F St.). Sacramento, CA.Front porch details of Eastlake-style house (c1880) (1511 F. St.). Sacramento, CA.White Eastlake-style house (c1880) (1310-12 E St.). Sacramento, CA.Brown Eastlake-style house (c1880) (1100 E St.). Sacramento, CA.
Details of Eastlake-style house. Sacramento, CA.Red & light green Eastlake-style house. Sacramento, CA.St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Sacramento, CA.
Details of Eastlake-style house (c1880) (1100 E St.). Sacramento, CA.Red & light green Eastlake-style house (912 E St.). Sacramento, CA.St. Paul's Episcopal Church (1903-9) (1430 J St.). Sacramento, CA. Style: Norman. Architect: D.H. Burnham.

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