Townhome Plan E2088 A1.1

Townhome Plan I'd switch the floor(master floor) with the floor. The master floor needs to be the top floor of the house

Historically restored Robert Adam Townhouse | Hackett Holland Ltd, London

Historically restored Robert Adam Townhouse Hackett Holland Ltd, London. Classical Fireplaces - are great. This one isnt too heavy. Dont think we can aford Adma fire surrounds though

The typical London townhouse of the 18th century was a brick-built, flat-fronted house on four or five floors with regularly spaced sash windows and often a canopy over the front door. As in the previous century, the ground floor was sometimes used as a shop or for running a business and the houses were built on the line of the pavement with no front garden.

Cutaway drawing representing a successful middling Londoner's house around 1750 © Geffrye Museum

Perforated steel runs through this Georgian townhouse by Andy Martin Architects

Perf house is a modernization project completed by Andy Martin Architecture, a London-based full service architectural and design practice.

Early Georgian sliding sash window with integral sliding shutter, London UK

Early Georgian sliding sash window with integral sliding shutter, London UK The This needs to be investigated!

Helpful article on the characteristics of a Georgian Townhouse - they were rated just like the ships (Source: "Jane Austen's World" blog)

Characteristics of the Georgian Town House

Georgian Architraves & Skirting Boards | Period Mouldings

We stock a wide range of quality wooden skirting boards, architraves and general mouldings, see the UK’s largest range of original period and contemporary designs.

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