Having looked at the front of 22-24 Garden Street on GSV certainly shows that the building, which despite being a very symmetrical facade, would conform to the architecture of the first half of the eighteenth-century. Despite its facade, it is two separate dwellings either side of an axial passageway aligned perpendicular with the road leading to the rear gardens. Each property should be entered from a doorway part-way along the passage providing access to the centre of the house, with one room to the front and one to the rear. Each property may have had a further small scullery room to the rear, but often not. Above each main room would be a corresponding pair of bedrooms, all in all forming a typical two up, two down. However, as the early origins to Brompton was as a proper laid out town for the better classes, this simple house design was placed behind a grander facade, maintaining a sense of opulence.