The Savannah Victorian Historic District was developed between the late 1860s and late 1890s and was the first expansion outside of the Oglethorpe plan area. This District is characterized by shaded, tree-lined streets with wide brick sidewalks and picturesque houses lined up on narrow landscaped lots. Architectural styles reflect those popular at this time and range from the Carpenter “Box” style, a box embellished with lace-like wood designs, to High Victorian Queen Anne style, and also include several fine brick townhouses scattered throughout the district. The Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District consists of a mix of residential, commercial, and community landmark buildings with landscaped yards and tree-lined streets. The district is characterized as a streetcar suburb, which developed during the late 19th into the mid-20th century. Architectural styles within the district include Queen Anne, Folk Victorian, Italianate, Neoclassical Revival, Colonial Revival, Beaux Arts, Prairie School, and Craftsman.