Savannah's Victorian District is rife with gorgeous gingerbread for all who love Victorian architecture. This 50-block, 162 acre neighborhood is situated just south of the historic district, between Martin Luther King Boulevard and East Broad Street. Also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this area represented the first suburb of Savannah as the city spread out in the late 1800s. Largely residential, the neighborhood features examples of many architectural styles, with an unsurprising abundance of Victorian structures. Extending generally from Victory Drive north to the river, the Victorian District is known for its Victorian-style homes. These homes are interspersed throughout the region, and also vary greatly in price, according to condition and location. The Gingerbread House, on 36th and Bull, is a great example of the style of architecture in this area.