A house is terraced if it is in a row of identical conjoined houses. They share a wall on both sides and have a bit of space at the front and back of the property. This style of housing is most common with working class towns, especially the industrial north. Cities like Leeds, Bradford and York are famous for their brick-built terraced housing. On the other hand, Georgians wanted the front of a row of terraced houses to look like a palace, adorning them with columns and a shared pediment as can be seen in Grosvenor Square, London and Bath.