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From Queen Anne to Regency

From Queen Anne to Regency We currently have several properties spanning the course of the Georgian era. Currently on Great Ormond Street we have a Grade II Listed property dating back to the very beginnings of Bloomsbury, at the end of Queen Anne’s reign, with cavernous vaults beneath the ground floor and an impressive living space. Great Ormond Street The property was built in around 1710 and is true to the traditional Bloomsbury architecture found in Great Ormond Street and built during the early development of the area. Many of the first buildings that set the foundations of Bloomsbury were built on Great Ormond Street in the early 16th Century, during the time of the 5st Earl of Bedford whose son married Lady Rachel Vaughn, a widow who had inherited the gardens of what we now know as Bloomsbury, which has been owned by the Bedford Estate since 1669. Regent Square On the latter end of the Georgian era is this fantastic property on Regent Square, the style Has changed slightly with the times to more narrow room and the typical change in window sizes as they lead to the higher rooms of the house. Mecklenburgh Square There are known to be three phases of Georgian architecture and we believe this is displayed in our properties, with Queen Anne Style being darker , in both interior and exterior while later Georgian become lighter and more elegant eventually leading the Regency period.    

From Queen Anne to Regency

We currently have several properties spanning the course of the Georgian era. Currently on Great Ormond Street we have a Grade II Listed property dating back to the very beginnings of Bloomsbury, at the end of Queen Anne’s reign, with cavernous vaults beneath the ground floor and an impressive living space.

Great Ormond Street59 Great Ormond Street Reception 2

The property was built in around 1710 and is true to the traditional Bloomsbury architecture found in Great Ormond Street and built during the early development of the area. Many of the first buildings that set the foundations of Bloomsbury were built on Great Ormond Street in the early 16th Century, during the time of the 5st Earl of Bedford whose son married Lady Rachel Vaughn, a widow who had inherited the gardens of what we now know as Bloomsbury, which has been owned by the Bedford Estate since 1669.

Regent Squaremeckle

On the latter end of the Georgian era is this fantastic property on Regent Square, the style Has changed slightly with the times to more narrow room and the typical change in window sizes as they lead to the higher rooms of the house.

Mecklenburgh Square

regent

There are known to be three phases of Georgian architecture and we believe this is displayed in our properties, with Queen Anne Style being darker , in both interior and exterior while later Georgian become lighter and more elegant eventually leading the Regency period.

 

 

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