front-gabled

front-gabled

A term describing a building having a gable on its main facade. See also: Flemish gable
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front-gabled, front-facing gable

Said of a house having a gable on its façade.
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The front-gabled roof subtype and cross-gabled roof are generally one story in height.
Subtypes of this sub-category include the front-gabled roof, gable-front-and-wing, side-gabled roof, one- and two-story, and the pyramidal building (McAlester 1984).
House orientation in relation to the road identified the building face and distinguished between side-gabled and front-gabled houses, The footprint of the building revealed the general exterior floor plan of the house, and traced the structure's layout, wings, lean-to additions, porches, and turrets.