Georgian houses are characterised by their proportion and balance. They typically have square symmetrical shapes, panelled doors centred to the front facade and paired chimneys. Brick and stone building materials are used.

  Tudor houses are made from brick and decorative half timbers exposed on the exterior and interior featuring steeply pitched roofs, rubble work, masonry and low rows of casement windows.

Modern/Art Deco houses are very simplistic and modern geometrical in design Walls are smooth texture stucco, or stone and roof systems are very shallow pitch or flat. Common features are glass blocks, streamline metal railings and smooth finishes.


Victorian houses are mostly two storey in design with strong historical origins they feature steep roof pitches, turrets, dormers, towers, bays, eyebrow window and porches with turned post and decorative railings.