The house is two and one-half story house clad in weatherboard, with a hipped roof with a ridge and four external brick chimneys.
The siding is weatherboard, with flush board on the first story façade.
The house is of heavy timber frame construction with weatherboard siding.
It is a one-story, weatherboard-clad building on a brick foundation.
The walls are weatherboard and the foundation is of stone, wood and brick piers.
The walls are finished with weatherboard and the roof is clad with composition shingles.
The upper story is sheathed in weatherboard atop a plain frame belt course.
The house is sheathed in weatherboard siding and the roof is covered with metal shingles.
The building itself is a two-story, lateral gable building sheathed in weatherboard and set upon a brick pier foundation.
The frame house is clad in weatherboard and rests on a brick pier with brick infill foundation.
British Dictionary definitions for weatherboard
a timber board, with a groove (rabbet) along the front of its top edge and along the back of its lower edge, that is fixed horizontally with others to form an exterior cladding on a wall or roof Compare clapboard
a sloping timber board fixed at the bottom of a door to deflect rain
the windward side of a vessel
(mainly Austral & NZ) Also called weatherboard house. a house having walls made entirely of weatherboards