Sunday, 6 December 2009

All White

Its hard not to show Cheltenham's Regency buildings every day. There are so many and they are a big part of the town. This one is quite typical in design and style - four floors, a wrought iron balcony, stones stairs leading to the imposing front door, simple architectural details, crisp white paint. This one also has the benefit of facing onto Imperial Gardens, behind the Town Hall, and is in one of Cheltenham's best locations.

7 comments:

brian stout said...

it looks beautiful, i would love to live there!

Tash said...

The corkscrew bushes/trees are what I noticed 1st, and then the railing on the 2nd story (lovely) and then the simpler one on the ground floor. The building is indeed regal and a camera magnet.

magiceye said...

imposing indeed!

Tash said...

PS - I think I've unraveled the mistery of 'For Whom the Bells Toll' figures...left a comment on G.A. Baker, watchmaker post. YES!

Hilda said...

Hee. It was the corkscrew topiary that I noticed immediately.

Looks like a very elegant home, but I don't want to live in a four-story house now. My poor knees!

Bibi said...

Nice and white with a touch of pale pink, like those mints I used to like as a kid. Still do; just can't find them here anymore.

Virginia said...

I'm all about those great wrought iron railings!!!
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