I have got the trims added ready to start the bricks.
This trim was a slightly warped very thick piece of wood so it needed to be clamped on while the glue dried overnight. I apply my favourite Deluxe glue that I keep mentioning (R/C Modellers Craft Glue) and let it set up a little - just a couple of seconds. While that's happening I add a few drops of Superglue Gel (only use the gel sort, not the ordinary Superglue, this way you have control of the stuff). Superglue pulls the surfaces together quickly so they are in good contact while the rest of the glue dries.
The doorway and the basement areas are not fixed and won't be until the bricks are finished. I have also added a further much narrower trim across the house walls at ground floor level.
The door was a pig to do. I had a horrible time just painting it. I tried gloss acrylic - too shiny! I tried silk acrylic - too matt! In the end after three coats of messing about and rubbing down in between I applied a silk water based (B & Q) varnish over the remaining black paint which seems about right. Sounds like a Goldilocks story.
You probably figured this is the outside as it has a door-knocker. It also has the traditional large Georgian centre knob and a 'modern' Yale lock. It may never have a letterbox - some listed buildings aren't allowed them as the original would not have had one. I may get tempted if I see a nice one though. It needs to have a back flap for the inside of the door (draught stopper)otherwise I will have to cut a hole through.
On the inside there is the reverse of the Yale lock and, instead of a large bolt, it has a modern version of the traditional Georgian door lock. This is locked at night. Both locks have the other halves of the locks to go in the door trim when it is applied. The large deadlock will have a keyhole on the outside of the door when I can find a suitable escutcheon.
This is a 'shim' which was needed to get the door to fit properly. Not as simple as just a strip of wood. There was much filing and scribing and shaping to fill the gap.