The two-story frame residence is sheathed in weatherboarding.
The home is a two-story, frame residence sheathed in weatherboarding with a cross-gable roof.
The house is sheathed in weatherboarding on the first story, with wood shingles in the gables.
It is sheathed in unpainted weatherboarding and has a concrete and river rock foundation.
The exterior is sheathed in beaded weatherboarding, accented by corner pilasters and a water table.
The church is situated on a low brick pier foundation and is constructed of heart pine weatherboarding.
Much of the weatherboarding, the shingle roof and the sash were replaced.
The entire building has a timber frame with mortise and tenon joints, and is sheathed with weatherboarding.
Above the attic floor the entire gable is covered with weatherboarding.
The main two-story, wood-frame house is covered by weatherboarding and sits on a low brick foundation.
British Dictionary definitions for weatherboarding
an area or covering of weatherboards
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