Pantile

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Pantile

A roofing tile in the shape of an “S” laid on its side and overlapped in courses running up the slope of the roof.

pantile

pantile
A roofing tile which has the shape of an S laid on its side.
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I arrived there on a sunny day, which could only help I suppose, but it seemed that here was a Scottish village unlike any I have seen, all red pantiled or thatched roofs and crow-stepped gables surrounding a beautiful palace and nestled into rolling green hills.
Turning right along the roadway, we pass a stone and pantiled farm building, on the right and follow the gently undulating route over a stone bridge that crosses the Tranmire Beck.
Priced at pounds 720,000, the house is a 'wonderful fusion of modern living and architecture with traditional stone and pantiled roof' say the agents, Knight Frank in Oxford.
Outside is a range of outbuildings constructed of brick under a pantiled roof - this building also requires total renovation.