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The front elevations shows only a single story and the two stories are in the back.
This front elevation forms the natural southern part of the building.
The front elevation features two towers, one at each corner.
The building has three storeys with four gables on the front elevation.
The south facade of the 1883 section serves as the front elevation.
He rummaged through the sheets and spread out the front elevation again.
The brick house is L-shaped in plan, with a five bay front elevation.
However, it was just that they were tucked away high on the front elevation, almost at the eaves.
The front elevation is curved and with a courtyard in horn shape.
On the other hand, the front elevations were criticized.
All the windows on the front elevation have shutters.
The front elevation is always called white, the right-hand side red, the left green, and the back is black.
While the house is three storeys at the front elevation, the rear has a two storey elevation.
Whole structure is supported by front elevation diagonal, concrete pillars.
The tower was built by the Moors and is square with a pyramidal front elevation.
There were no windows on the front elevation, just the rusty shutter in the left third, tall enough to take a truck.
Each chapter is illustrated with a front elevation of a building considered typical of its style.
Principal exterior architectural details are on the front elevation.
The front elevation was completed in 1895, whilst the side sections were added later during Italian rule.
The building still retains the first two floors of the front elevation of the original poor house.
The front elevation describes three stages of building.
The one-story sun porch at the front elevation projects out from the main mass of the two-story building.
It has a marquee on the front elevation.
The front elevation also has a dormer with a pair of casement windows.
The front elevation of the house is created from sandstone, which darkened through the years, making it architecturally significant.