From the tin ceilings of the 1910's to the millennial "snail showers," these design elements and amenities were certainly signs of their times. And, according to Trulia, they can often be big selling points for homebuyers.
During theGilded Age, boom times produced incredible wealth for many industrialistslike John Pierpont "J.P." Morgan and Andrew Carnegie.
The homes of the affluent often boasted grand staircases, double wide pocket doors that slid into the walls, bay windows, and coffered ceilings, according to Trulia.
This house in Boston's Back Bay area was built in 1883, and features a beautifully crafted staircase made of solid mahogany. Situated near the Charles River, it's just a few long blocks from the Common, one of the city's finest neighborhoods.