Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore English Ac58, Plans English and more!

You searched for london -Architect: Vigers & Wagstaffe Perspective view, ground plan & first floor plan published in The Building News, August 1st.1884 -

Ground plan: Hall, steward's room, study, dining room, tea room, drawing room, breakfast room, library, dressing room, bed room and anti room (1799) | Charles Middleton (c.1756-1818) | Hand-colored etching | The architect and builder's miscellany or pocket library (P. XXXI) | NYPL

Number One London - the Regency Town House. Join us as we explore Regency, Georgian and Victorian England and all aspects of British history, including London, the Duke of Wellington, stately homes and museums. Posts on new books, films and UK travel

Characteristics of the Georgian Town House

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