In the United States, the Queen Anne style of architecture, furniture and decorative arts was popular from 1880 to 1910. In American usage "Queen Anne" is loosely used of a wide range of picturesque buildings with "free Renaissance" (non-Gothic Revival) details rather than of a specific formulaic style in its own right.
This picturesque style, popular in the 1880s and 90s, is found in almost every city and town in the United States. Buildings in the Queen Anne style have asymmetrical shapes characterized by bays and prominent, varied rooflines. In Chicago, it was used for many houses and commercial buildings, with concentrations found in Hyde Park and Lakeview.
Common characteristics are:
rich but simple ornament
variety of materials, including wood, terra cotta, stone, and pressed metal
pressed metal bays and turrets
irregular roofline with many dormers and chimneys
The Chicago Landmarks Historic Resources Survey lists the following buildings/houses: