The staircase was another prized feature of houses of this period. Typically the stairs have relatively shallow treads giving the staircase a gradual slope which was both elegant and afforded ease of movement for the residents and guests. Many houses had stone staircases, at least for the lower and more public floors, but at the Regency Town House all of the staircases are in wood.
Stone staircase in Belgravia. London. Portland Limestone. By the stonemasonrycompany.co.uk