Georgian house in St Johns Wood

A typical Georgian house was built between 1714 and 1830. You can’t miss their typical square symetrical shape, proportioned according to fashionable classical design principles, and their flat front. They often have a paneled door, in the center if large and detached, to one side if they are terraced. Their small windows divided into 6 to 9 panels are also typical features. Some of the terraced townhouses have been converted into separate flats, so you can afford to live in a Georgian house even with smaller budget.

Georgian house Hammersmith

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Grand mansion houses or individual terraces, these full of charm houses will delight high ceilings and period features lovers. Around £800-£1,100/w for a 3 beds converted flat in Marylebone, Victoria, Bloomsbury, around £1,100-£1,300/w  for a 5-6 beds terraced house near Grafton Square in Clapham Common.

Georgian house in Clapham

Did you know this?

The centre of many squares or crescents in London is maintained as communal garden. Access is restricted by locked gates and keys are only available for residents. A perfect way to enjoy some private nature even in London Central. For foreigners and new comers, a good opportunity to make local friends…

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