half timber

half timber

A piece of timber measuring not less than 5 in. by 10 in. (12.7 cm by 25.4 cm) in cross section.
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The hall leads to a large entrance reception room with flagstone floors, ceiling beams, half timber work and a wood staircase to the first floor.
The family bathroom is very attractive with half timber panelling to the walls, exposed beam ceiling and white suite with rolltop bath on clawed feet.
They took their workbags, old army gas mask valises, off the nails they had hung them on and sat down on an old six and a half timber. Tidy job George, his father nodded at the finished pack.
It has many attractive stone houses and cottages in addition to those of thatch and half timber. It has a post office, general store, traditional butcher and two pubs along with the Three Ways Hotel which is home of the world famous Pudding Club.
Ravenscroft, reached via a private drive shared by just three other properties, was built in 1923 and while it has recently undergone extensive renovation still retains its flapper charm, with French windows looking out from a half timber front.
Outside the house is a detached brick and half timber garage block providing three garages and with a clock tower in the roof.
The oak half timber work screams style and the long drive and 13 acres or rolling parkland with its own wildlife pool and attractive woodlands add to the feel of country wealth and comfort.
The cavernous brick and half timber outbuildings were; granted outline planning permission to be turned into holiday accomodation in 1990,; but the consent has now lapsed.
Notable architectural features on the outside include Flemish bond brick elevations under pitched tiled roofs, projecting gable ends with half timber detailing and a central loggia with ?rst ?oor balcony.
The house still retains a lot of its original character including half timber features, two projecting gabled ends including one with an enclosed balcony.