1. Pantile roofing 2. Outside stair 3. Sandstone walls 4. Harled walls
5. No front garden 6. Small windows 7. Coal-fires 8. More recent dormer extension
In contrast to these early examples of Lundin Links housing, the villas built during the late Victorian expansion of the village typically featured slate roofs, large bay windows, high ceilings, front gardens and prominent front entrances. Styles of course changed many times over the subsequent decades. Notably, the addition of driveways and off-street parking became the norm, chimneys eventually were less likely to feature and front gardens are now often open-plan.