cruck house

cruck house

A medieval house in which the roof is carried on pairs of naturally curved timbers.

crutch house, cruck house

A medieval English house in which the roof is carried on pairs of crutches.
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It is a fine example of a "cruck house" and houses a fascinating collection of local artefacts.
It has exotic and rare species of trees and ornamental plants, plus a unique garden cruck house with sedum roof, beamed ceilings, stained glass windows and inglenook fireplace.
The tuneful couple turned the 15th Century cruck house into their home and created a mini studio under its 500-year-old oak beams.
The oak cruck house comes somewhere in between the Iron Age roundhouses and the box-frame house.
Question three: Dating from 1500AD, a cruck house at 162 High Street, Marske is now a community museum.
Visitors can also see a unique cruck house with sedum roof, beamed ceilings, stained glass windows and inglenook fireplace.
Individuals looking to let an unusual property will be impressed with Cruck House.
The property takes its name - Cruck House - from the stunning cruck truss which today is a main feature of the living room.
The Old Town Hall - or Cruck House - began life as a substantial yeoman's house sometime about 1460, and had as its close companions a barn and a small group of cottages.
The Old Town Hall as it looks today; As it was in 1936; Cruck House is one of the best examples of early cruck timber construction
The early cruck house is described by the experts as 'a wealthy house dating back to about 1390 with parlour and chamber above'.
The same city branch of Knight Frank is quoting a pounds 345,000 guide price for The Cruck House at Newbridge Green, Upton-upon-Severn.