This door in Bristol is, I believe attached to a Vicarage. The house has a blue plaque saying that Hannah More was born there in 1745, later in life she campaigned against the slave trade. She is featured on the £10 Bristol Pound notes.
The house had a lovely garden with lots of flowers blooming at the time.
I especially liked the little touch of the horseshoe, which in Christian superstition is supposed to ward off the Devil.