The walls resemble weatherboard , but cut in irregular widths so as to look even more archaic, as if these lapped boards were sawn from un-squared logs.
So we walked a couple of hundred metres to a small light-blue weatherboard house with a fading sign out front indicating it was a holiday unit.
The townhouses, clad in stucco plaster and weatherboard , have serious problems with leaks through decks and plaster systems causing framing to rot, he says.
I don't recall seeing many weatherboard houses in New York or Washington.
Towards the end of 1881 a weatherboard building was erected and Miss Betty M. Cousin took charge of the first students at Cradock.
They built their two-roomed stone or weatherboard cottages and with great hopes put in a wheat crop as soon as possible.
Take a brisk walk along the waterfront to admire the modern sculptures and shoals of kayakers, and then take a more leisurely amble upwards to appreciate the grand villas and gabled weatherboard terraces of the hillside suburbs.
His mother was one of six children and there were still three sisters and two brothers as well as Keith's grandparents living in the three-bedroom weatherboard house.
The original weatherboard building was destroyed by fire in 1884 and replaced by a stone building in 1885.
The paint was peeling off the weatherboard and the house seemed to tilt slightly to one side.