Victorian terraced homes are some of the most prevalent properties in the UK.
Traditionally built to house workers, they vary in size and style, from redbrick cottages to grand gabled buildings.
Converted flat in Surrey
This Victorian property in Guildford has been split into flats, with the ground floor flat also containing a basement conversion (image above). Now, retro décor gives this home a welcoming feel, especially in this timeless shaker kitchen.
White render in South Wales
Set on a bay in South Wales, this property was built in 1880 and formerly a hotel.
Stripped bare and renovated, it now makes an impressive traditional property filled with antique finds.
Grand gable in East Sussex
Inside impressive exterior of this end-terrace Victorian building is complete with a gabled room at the top. The interior was once institutionalised with grey paint after life as offices.
The grey paint has been replaced with vibrant colours thanks to the current homeowner’s artistic flare.
Traditional terrace in Hertfordshire
Built in the 1890s, this typical worker’s cottage has been turned into a cosy home, with pretty, bright décor and a vintage style.
Neutral interiors, decorated with traditional wallpaper designs and vintage finds, offer a calm and welcoming atmosphere to this home.
Eclectic interiors in Brighton
This three-bed Brighton home was a big redecoration project, involving moving a bathroom and extending.
The work has provided the homeowners with an eclectic property for a growing family, including a kitchen fitted with reclaimed post-war units.
Coastal cottage in Lancashire
A shrimpers cottage, built in the 1880s, was originally located on the coast, but later moved inland brick-by-brick as part of a new street.
The cottage was left neglected with a 1980s interior until it was bought and subsequently renovated by the current owners who reworked the layout.