To find Victorian houses for sale, search sites that list historical homes specifically, says OldHouses.com. A good example is OldHouses.com, which allows you to choose a style of historic home to search by selecting "Victorian." This shows all Victorian houses currently for sale.
Aside from searching through the Victorian section, there are also other ways to search for historic homes, notes OldHouses.com. You can click on advanced search to select the desired number of bedrooms and bathrooms, special features, location and age of the house. There are featured listings on the front page, showing a good example of different styles of historic homes available, including a variety of Victorian-style homes.
Some different house ages available include 1700-1750, 1800-1850 and 1900-1950, according to OldHouses.com. Aside from Victorian, some other styles include American classic revival, adobe, colonial and Cape Cod. There are also other Victorian styles, including Queen Anne, folk, Eastlake and shingle.
Another site that lets you view Victorian and other historic homes for sale is PreservationDirectory.com. Click on different links on the front page to view homes for sale, such as new listings and featured listings. There are also different regions to narrow it down by location, says PreservationDirectory.com. Regions include Northeast with states like Connecticut and New York, Mid-Atlantic with states like Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and Southeast with states like Georgia and Florida. Other regions are Mid-Central, Upper Midwest, Lower Midwest, West and Canada.