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Queen Anne

Architectural style promoted by Richard Norman Shaw by the end of the nineteenth century. Its main characteristics involved red brick, elongated chimneys, curved canopies and joinery painted white.

Terrace house South London red brick and white render built for the working class not listed but a relevant historic building

What is a historic building?

Do you wonder why some old buildings are protected? Learn to identify a historic building and why not only listed buildings are relevant.