Ask a child to draw a house and the chances are they will draw a rectangular building with a central doorway, chimneys at either end of the roof and windows symmetrically placed either side of the door. They will, without knowing it, have drawn a Georgian house.
||There is something intrinsically pleasing about the perfect proportions and remarkable symmetry of the Georgian home. The elegant styles of the Georgian townhouse transformed the centres of many of Wales country market towns, and Y Ty Cymreig will look at an excellent example in Llandeilo, a town which benefited substantially during this period. This stylish townhouse displays the taste and grace of its builders, and preserves the essence of a Georgian home.