A reasonably good-sized house has been maneuvered through its roofs, gables, and dormers to read as an English cottage. The lower floor and the gable ends are sheathed in stone and brick; the dormers are half-timbered; and the roof is rolled over the eaves, suggesting medieval thatching.
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