Newtown Terrace Edinburgh
This Georgian Terrace by Richard Tait is more severe than its southern counterpart from Bath (Jane Austen's House). More upstanding with more pronounced window surround mouldings and a solid porch.
It also has a wrought iron balcony which bisects the building.
Many of these were built during the Georgian expansion of Edinburgh, the catalyst for the new town development being the overcrowding of the medieval core of "The Royal Mile".
About House Models
These highly collectible models make a great display on shelves, bookcases, side tables or display cabinets. They make fabulous gifts for "the person who has everything".
They are all approx. 7-8 inches high and weigh between 1.5 and 2.0 kg.The models are designed to capture the style and essence of the building and are highly detailed, scale models modelled from both photographs of the building and using the original plans where available