Botfield Hall was a large, half-timbered farmhouse, with a gabled roof, part of which was made of thatch and the rest of tiles.
There is preserved here the Old Hall, a beautiful example of half-timbered architecture.
Some of these have overhanging upper stories to them, are half-timbered or yellow-washed.
The half-timbered houses and cottages introduce another pleasant feature into the landscape.
The new Residency, which was nearly finished, and was built in the old English half-timbered style, was intact.
The house is half-timbered; from the height above it looks old and peaceful amid its immemorial trees.
Here in Henley Street, in a half-timbered house recently carefully restored, Shakespeare was born.
The village of Swinehurst is a straggling line of half-timbered houses of the early English pattern.
It was a two-storeyed, half-timbered building, standing in a large extent of ground.
Smaller houses were in plan very like the half-timbered houses of the yeomen, only on a larger scale, and more richly ornamented.