It was built in about 1860 and has a hipped roof.
It sits on a raised basement and has a hipped roof.
It has one bay side wings and a hipped roof.
Attached to it is a two story frame addition with a hipped roof.
It sits on a stone foundation and has a hipped roof.
It has a low hipped roof and large double hung windows.
It was built about 1875 and is a two story, square plan wood frame building with a hipped roof.
It is two stories and has a medium pitched hipped roof.
It also has a hipped roof on the north side.
The raised middle section is covered with a hipped roof.
The building had a red hip roof that continued down over the ground floor on the northern side.
Above it there is a small black round arc middle window and a red hip roof.
The rest of the house has a shingled hip roof.
A small octagonal hip roof was built over the press.
The barn was the first in the area to be built with a hip roof.
A hip roof on a rectangular plan has four faces.
It was given a hip roof rather than a flat one.
The hip roof of the building is provided with dormers.
The house is a long and low L shape, with wide hip roofs.
At some point between 1470 and 1549, a hip roof was added to the top of the tower.