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Even the detached three-car garage, with its own stone-capped Dutch gable inset with a clock face, reVects the period charm of the house.
The front entrance porch is a timber-framed conservatory whose glazing bars echo the curves of the Dutch gable and its arched window.
Points of interest: Dutch gable to 1670 King's Stable is a local landmark.
The town itself is a mix of traditional architecture with "broekie lace " wrought iron and Dutch gables.
Grade II listed for its architectural importance and dating from the 17th century it's blessed with prominent chimney stacks and splendid Dutch gables.
The half-timbered Dutch gables that dominate the narrow streets have a terrific selection of specialist food shops.
Out goes repro Georgian, Tudor and fancy Dutch gables that the super-rich have been indulging themselves in since the 1920s.
The threestorey building features steep Renaissance Dutch gables and scalloped shell lintels.
The main block is set back across a sunken court where only two things catch the eye: the roof's wavy profile conjuring vague echoes of Cape Dutch gables, and the plastic forms of the projecting fireplace and chimney which recall those of farmhouse ovens: The entrance carries you forward, as if in a torrent.
The impressive Dutch gables on the original frontage are echoed by further gables on the recently added garages and 1970s extension.
The Barton Arms, on the corner where High Street's busy dual carriageway meets Park Lane this formidable red brick building, complete with Dutch gables, Victorian lanterns and central clock tower, is one of the "terracotta and tiles" pubs built by architects James & Lister Lea in Birmingham at the turn of the century.
The Grade II-listed red-brick building, now standing like a lone survivor of a bygone age on the corner of High Street's dual carriageway and Park Lane, wows with its Dutch gables, Victorian lanterns and central clock tower.