The architecture on the High Street ranges from Elizabethan to Georgian and Victorian, with a multitude of architectural features from mullion, sash and Venetian windows to mansard roofs. Many of the buildings still standing along the High Street were built in the 1800’s when Bath stone.
This location owes its charm to this lime-washed rubble stone, devoid of monotonous regularity, each individual building exudes a sense of character and allure.
The delicate honey-colour of the stone turns gold in the dappled light of the sun. Whilst this location emerges as beautiful in the rain, the creamy and honey hues permeate to greyish-brown tones, perfect for representing a more pensive mood and setting.