Queen Anne style
- An architectural style common in Britain in the early 1700s that utilized brick exteriors, carved relief ornamentation, and often stone parapets.
- The earlier style was reinterpreted in more exuberant fashion in the late 1800s in North America and Britain. Exteriors often incorporated turrets, dormers, hip and gable roofs, bay windows, and extensive decorative moldings or carvings. Wood, stone, or stucco was also used.