Georgian houses had two or three storeys. They can be two rooms deep and symmetrical both internally and externally. They often have a panelled door in the centre of the house if large and detached, and a door to one side if they are terraced. Terraced townhouses tend to open from the front door straight onto the road, with no porch. The doors often have fan lights above them letting light into the hallway.
A Harrogate mould from a town house facing the stray. Simple in its lines with just a small pattern on the top of the board.
Classic Georgian mould that offers simplicity and class in one board.