So in Part 3 last month, we looked at how London grew during the Georgian era, estate by estate. I thought to wrap up this little series I’d share more about what surviving town houses are used for today. And of course I’ve got loads more pictures to share, so let’s get right to them!
It was nice to have a chance to wander through some pretty incredible rooms, and even to shoot some 360 video so you can wander through them, too!
That’s a bit of a depressing note to end on, although I hope some day I’ll be back with photos of a restored Hanworth Park House. Instead of leaving you with that, though, I’ll remind us of all of the houses that have survived, and are being used. Beyond the ones I got to take a look at during the open house, there are so many that hotels, or houses, albeit sometimes broken up into multiple flats. And someone gets to live in this rather small two-bay house, where men’s fashion changed forever: