Captain's Residence: ExteriorVictorian Exterior, Providence

Photo: Nat Rea

Mid-sized victorian two-storey exterior in Providence with wood siding and a gambrel roof. —  Houzz
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Rebecca Gross added this to The Layered Effect: The Beauty of Shingle Cladding11 July 2017

A pro or a con, depending on the desired effect, wood shingles will grey with age and weather, unless stained, painted or coated with water-repellent preservative. Pigmented stains may be used to retain a natural-looking timber colour.

Rebecca Gross added this to Know Your Houzz: What Type of Roof Do You Have?10 May 2016

Gambrel roofA gambrel roof is a two-sided roof with two slopes on each side; the upper plane is less steep than the lower plane on each side. The roof shape is characteristic of American barns, also giving it the name ‘barn roof’. This roof shape offers the benefits of a sloped roof increasing space and headroom inside the building’s upper level.See a gallery of more gambrel roofs

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rlmecredy added this to Dutch Colonial31 July 2021

window spacer upstairs GOOD DETAIL

David Welch added this to Exterior Design14 April 2021

Exterior look and feel consistent with existing camp

Nedda and Scott Lewers added this to Lewers 20207 July 2020

Contrast of wood door with shingles

Elizabeth Lundquist added this to New House Ideas - Liz1 February 2020

I like this idea. It looks like they just enclosed some of the porch to make a sunroom. I like that idea

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