clapboard house

clapboard house

A term occasionally used as a synonym for Virginia house.
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As the film opens, the camera follows a fellow stomping across the boardwalk, erected atop a stretch of Fogo bog, and pounds on the door of a dilapidated clapboard house (one of several).
Buildings covered include Rievaulx Abbey in Yorkshire, the Acropolis, a clapboard house in Rhode Island USA, the Statue of Liberty and St Pancras station.
We were shooting the sea breeze on the verandah of Ahmad's clapboard house, looking out over a lovely beach in Kampung Pandan, Lundu, near Borneo's westernmost tail.
For years, Kristin and Jimmy Raybon would pile their three children into their motorboat on the weekend and meander down Siesta Key's scenic Grand Canal until they reached an old mud-brown clapboard house with floor-to-ceiling windows on a wide curve of the waterway.
Yet he's content to hole up in his clapboard house, far beyond the fray.
Built in 1910, the white, two-story clapboard house is currently owned by Virginia and John Mazzara.
By 1950, their business had outgrown its first location and they moved two blocks to an old white clapboard house that remains the mother store.
yelled Ethyl, before she was slammed by the kitchen door as the clapboard house broke apart.
The clapboard house has charming ginger-bread details and a large wraparound porch with a porch swing.
From a coolly minimalist London penthouse apartment to a Majorcan retreat employing local materials and from a clapboard house in New England to a steel-and-glass new-build in Hanover, they're all here.
A teacher named AG (Ian Hart) and a young male pupil (Joe Ashman) are at the Art Institute of Chicago gazing at the iconic portrait of an elderly pitchfork-wielding couple outside their clapboard house in Eldon, Iowa.
Upon closer inspection, the 1930s-era clapboard house had some serious structural issues that would complicate the planned additions.