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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All properties will be of natural stone construction with either slate or pantile roofs.
I am especially interested by the contents of different landscapes - typical Welsh, white long houses in the Brecon Beacons, for example, or rustic pantile houses and cypress trees in France.
I like making things happen,' she says, brewing coffee in the tiny pantile floored kitchen of her home near Stratford, where a collection of delicate painted eggs swing gently in the breeze beneath a feather trimmed archway.
I'm pleased for his owner Colin Murfitt, as it's the first winner he's had out of the Pantile Stud in the Fenlands," said Vaughan.
Mr Smithson says a pounds 10 donation will buy a pantile for the granary's new roof, while pounds 25 will buy a flagstone for the courtyard.
The pounds 50,000 plan submitted to Scarborough Council, is to build a traditional, pantile roofed two-bedroomed home from the disused loos at a site off Skinner Street for Sally Christmas, of Well Close Square, Whitby.