end gable

end gable

A gable at the end wall of a house.
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I have since found out that the end gable wall was formerly a dividing wall, and is of solid construction.
And taking its inspiration from Troubles murals is a picture on an end gable wall of "Big Jim" pointing a handgun.
Externally the building has little changed, having been sympathetically restored retaining the original features, with its slate roof with end gable, square-headed sash windows with glazing bars and a porch with a slate gabled roof.
The tree has badly damaged the roof which will need to be replaced and also damaged the top of the end gable wall.
The family believe they are being targeted because they have objected to a football being kicked against the wall of their end gable house and young Nathan is an easy target Eddie said: "I am extremely wary of confronting this yobs, because as a mob, who knows what they are capable of?
The walls that didn't have the first floor resting on them, which quite often were the end gable walls stretching right up to the roof, could be quite thin in relation to their height.
David Moore, associate with the architects, the ID Partnership, said: "The coat of arms was on the end gable of one of the old coach sheds.
An emotional Miss Woods, 44, told the judges after they had also dismissed her claim for damages: 'We didn't buy our beautiful house with a sorting office attached to the end gable.
In December 2002 the council served an urgent works notice covering around pounds 30, 000 of work including reducing the end gable wall and clearing up debris inside.
They include reducing the end gable wall, which includes a decorative rose window, clearing up debris inside, and removing areas of the roof which are close to collapse.
The rest is a 20ft long bedroom with end gable window and further dormers.
The 1871 build date is carried on a shield plaque on one end gable and the scene is postcard material, particularly in the context of the hamlet surroundings, Sheriffs Lench being one of the six local "Lenches".