Victorian or Edwardian? Does it really mean anything?
Victorian or Edwardian? Does it really mean anything? Real estate write-ups make use of familiar, but not always valid, terminology.
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#1 Mar 2, 2010
Is it too simplistic to suggest that a Victorian had to be built before 1901 and that an Edwardian had to be built between 1901 and 1901 and 1910? A house built after 1901 would at best be a pseudo Victorian or maybe "Victorian-style" if you stretch a bit.
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