This style includes both residential examples and church buildings. Victorian Gothic churches in Utah were either of masonry or wood frame, highlighted by pointed arched openings and stained-glass windows with wooden tracery and some form of a pointed tower. The polychromy typical of the Victorian Gothic elsewhere is not often seen in Utah.
Victorian Gothic cottages were also built in Utah, generally of brick masonry. The more elaborate have pointed arched openings and steeply pitched gables; others acknowledged the Gothic with a simple pointed gable in the façade.
--pointed arched windows
--stained-glass windows with wooden tracery
--brick belt course
--quatrefoil (clover-like) windows