A complete street can be modelled using our 10 Edwardian-era townhouse kits. The possible variations are almost endless - all you need is some skill, imagination and paint. Around the turn of the century, entire districts were built within a relatively short time, using these typical house plans, for the fast-growing population. Sadly, many of these houses were destroyed in the Second World War. the architecture in the models is not specific to any one region, although the "threewindowed house" has a strong flavour of the Rheinland. 10ft high ceilings were characteristic of the time and the filigree stucco is superbly detailed. The rear facades and gable roofs are of brick.
Elegant simplicity in the complement to our models of Nos. 11 to 25 Schmidt Street. The front, gable and rear facades are entirely of brick. The many details include lamps and back yards with clotheslines and dustbins.
77 x 152 x 183 mm
77 x 152 x 215 mm
Au11397 Schmidt Street 21/23