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What year are Edwardian houses?

Although the Edwardian period lasted just nine years from 1901 to 1910, the architectural style is considered to have continued to around 1920, ten years after Edward VII's death. As servants' quarters were no longer required, the small attic rooms and cellars of the Victorian era gave way to large elegant rooms.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is an Edwardian home?

Edwardian properties The Edwardian period from 1901 to 1910 was short and heavily influenced by The Arts and Crafts Movement. So, unlike the smaller, darker Victorian homes, Edwardian houses were more squat, wider and roomy, with bigger hallways and more windows.

Secondly, what's the difference between Victorian and Edwardian homes? Edwardian homes tend to be shorter than equivalent Victorian residences, partly because the middle classes who lived in these homes had less of a need for servants, unlike the Georgian the Victorian generations before them. A Queen Anne revival style home, built during the Edwardian period.

Consequently, what period is a house built in 1900?


What years are Victorian houses?

Seemingly obviously, Victorian houses were built between 1837 and 1901, when Queen Victoria was on the throne. However some people, including the Victorian Society itself, take 'Victorian Architecture' to encompass Edwardian as well, which takes this time period up to 1910.

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