Georgian-Style Homes Gallery

Georgian-style homes are a popular choice for self builders, and it isn’t hard to see why — large windows that allow lots of light in and aesthetically appeasing geometrical form are just a couple of those reasons. They are also one of the most desirable types for house-hunters, so if you are lucky enough to find a Georgian home for renovation, take extra care to retain all the features that make it so coveted.

The Georgian era spans over a century, which means there are lots of design choices when opting for a Georgian style house. Take a look at these homes – old and new – to see what Georgian style looks like when done well.

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Georgian-Style New Builds

This Georgian-inspired home with a modern interior, was designed by Jonathan Dennis

Simple symmetry and elegant lines make up this Georgian-style package build supplied by Design & Materials

This charming timber frame Georgian-style home, designed by Benjamin Allen Bespoke Homes, sits well in its village setting

This new build by Alex Oliver Associates takes on traditional style, thanks to carefully designed classical details

Handmade bricks under a slate roof complete this symmetrical modern home by Bernard the Architect Ltd

Locally sourced Hamstone has been specified by Jeremy Kirwan Taylor to build this traditional new home

Sliding sash windows and a portico lend classical style to the façade of this classic Georgian-style self build from MAA Architects

This Georgian-style country house has surprising eco credentials

Natural stone, reclaimed clay roof tiles and timber sashes for a new farmhouse

 A Georgian-style brick façade hides a 19th-century cottage behind its walls in this makeover project by Neil Dowlman Architecture

Georgian Renovations

A careful restoration has rescued this listed, brick-clad Georgian farmhouse

This seafront Georgian villa with banded cut stone façade has been expertly restored

A substantially restored Georgian townhouse, including the original glazing by ADAM Architecture

This restored Grade II listed Georgian house, restored by ADAM Architecture has its original features reinstated

Denholm Partnership Architects helped save this listed Georgian mill from ruin, by converting it in to an energy-efficient property

A restored low-profile Georgian townhouse in Gloucestershire

A beautifully restored late Georgian era rectory

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