|NOUN || a gabled house | gabled houses |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- It is a good example of a front-gabled house with Italianate detailing.
- An 1833 depiction of the castle in the "Dublin Penny Journal" shows a steeply gabled house adjoining the gatehouse, possibly of late 17th or early 18th-century date.
- It is a gabled house built in the 1850s for Thomas Fisher, a partner in the Britannia metal company of Shaw and Fisher.
- Carswell Manor is a gabled house built early in the 17th century for John Southby, who was both JP and MP for Berkshire.
- In 1637, he built what appears to have been a rather grand, gabled house on the site, which Williams described in his letters as the first English house in the area.
- Smith, an English naval officer and ship's captain who commanded the RMS Titanic during her maiden voyage, lived in an imposing red brick, twin-gabled house known as "Woodhead" on Winn Road.
- The house is a red and blue brick gabled house with a slate roof, and has been much refurbished and extended to suit the charity's needs following their purchase of the house and grounds in 1992.
- Some features of the village are a 17th-century gabled house, a timber-framed house formerly known as the Olive Branch Inn, and a 16th-century house built around an even older timbered house.
- -storey gabled house, which features a hand-hewn structure, is believed to be the oldest building in Shediac.
- He was born, 15 June 1605, in Newnham at the brown stone gabled house in Poets Way.
- It is a gabled house constructed in coursed rubble and ashlar with a red-tiled ridge roof, built in 1628 for Sir William Lister of Rippingale, the father of Thomas Lister.
- is a gabled house at No. 28 Langenstraße in Bremen, Germany.
- The many-gabled house of sandstone features fretted bargeboards, windows with square-sided bays and small oriels, a veranda, and brick work.
- The side gabled house features a large porch across the front.
- Preserved to this day, it is a two-story, red-gabled house built of Humber River stone.
- This four-storey gabled house was considerably less ornate than No.1 and may have hinted at the design of No.1 before 1676.
- Myrtle Grove is an Elizabethan gabled house in Youghal, County Cork, Ireland.
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