side gable

side gable

A gable whose face is on one side of a house, perpendicular to the main facade.
See also: Flemish gable

side gable

A gable whose face is on one side (or part of one side) of a house, perpendicular to the façade.
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David Kernahan, two storey rear extension, formation of two windows in side gable and landscaping, Westcliffe, Wakefield Road, Denby Dale.
The garden is laid out to the front of the house, with paved terraces, lawn, borders and a small storage area to the side gable of the house.
AJ Couglan - Extension of garage and conversion to habitable room, insertion of door to side gable with balustrade around flat roof area and erection of a new detached garage at 20 Moorend Ave, Chelmsley Wood.
The clients had purchased the house three years ago, and at the time the surveyor had found "rising damp on the side gable wall".
There is some unusual lattice framing on a side gable and also the end of the house facing onto Dogpole, still visible in the attic.
Along the house's south wall, an existing bay window in the dining room was also extended up into the new roof line; the bay is capped by a new side gable with a triangle of glass just under its peak.
The Stratford has a three storey layout, and a mostly traditional look with a side gable offshoot, central front door and matching bay windows.
18-22 Main Street, Monks Kirby - construction of rear extension, replacement of rear extension and conservatory plus internal alterations and provision of weatherboarding to side gable.