Key Characteristics to Georgian Homes
Proportion is key to Georgian architecture, with houses of the period following strict rules in terms of size and position of windows and doors, roof pitches and so on.
Sash windows. These were the most common windows type and earlier versions had more panes of glass. Six-over-six was typical of the early Georgian era, but by the end four-over-four or even two-over-two was used as it became possible to make larger panes of glass.
An uncluttered, elegant façade
Panelled, painted front doors
Classical motifs, columns, and other features of Roman architecture
Roofs have wide overhangs and shallow pitches on Palladian-style homes (a Georgian style inspired by 16th century Italian architect Andrea Palladio