As English houses go, this gabled red brick Victorian is neither especially beautiful nor significant.
These coffins are about two feet deep, by seven feet in length, and covered with a gabled stone cover.
At length I perceived from afar a gabled house that was built of yellow wood.
Here I found a long and crowded thoroughfare with gabled houses on either side in which all kinds of trades were carried on.
These are gabled, but by far the most have "sawed off" gables.
Between the pinnacles of these buttresses rose the gabled ends of each of the chapels.
All around the gabled houses are abandoned in their last agony.
Botfield Hall was a large, half-timbered farmhouse, with a gabled roof, part of which was made of thatch and the rest of tiles.
A priest's hole is, or was not long since, to be seen in one of the gabled roofs.
The thatched roof was gabled, and the four low-ceiled bedrooms had each of them a window in a gable.