Victorian Planned Neighborhood Conservation District, Savannah, Georgia (Photo Courtesy of Deden Rukmana)
From National Park Service Website:
"The Savannah Victorian Historic District, Savannah’s first suburb, is located just south of the Savannah Historic District. Originally a parade ground, the extension of street railways in the late 19th century spurred the development of this neighborhood. The wood frame houses dating from the 1870s and 1880s are a mixture of several Victorian styles of architecture. Some of the best examples of these are the Carpenter Box style houses on West Gwinnett Street embellished with ornate brackets and cornices, the Queen Anne style mansion at the corner of Whitaker and Gwinnett, and the imposing Victorian Telfair Hospital on Park Avenue."