|This eighteenth century doll house is a model of simplicity and symmetry. The classic Georgian house is without shutters – their usage being more of a Victorian feature.
This style of house is usually furnished quite sparsely – the essential quality of this house is elegance.
The Georgian balustrading is available in white only. The columns of ready-built houses are painted white unless otherwise specified; the base and balcony floors are painted the same colour as the columns. As is traditional for this style of house, the Georgian is available in brick.
|· plain walls
· tiled roof with 2 tiled dormer windows
· pine columns
· 7 windows
· 8 rooms (including 2 attic and 2 stairwell)
· straight staircase to first floor
· no shutters