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Ormeau Park House
College Green House
A window that projects outwards from an outside wall.
A hard, alloy of iron and carbon that can be cast in a mould.
An area of notable environmental or historical importance which is protected by law against undesirable change.
A projecting block.
Plaster moulding at the top of a wall, between wall and ceiling
Having been abandoned and become dilapidated.
A window that projects upwards from a sloping roof.
The part of the roof that meets or overhangs the walls.
The principal front of a building
An ornamental post at the top of a gable.
Limited, will not last forever.
Horizontal band of sculpted decoration.
The generally triangular portion of a wall between the edges of a dual pitched roof.
The ranking of people or rooms according to their status or authority.
The transformation of an agricultural economy to one based on manufacture.
Adding a material that helps prevent heat loss
A horizontal, structural piece of timber, stone, steel or concrete above a door or window.
A small room in which food, crockery and cutlery are kept.
A low wall.
Shallow rectangular column projecting slightly from a wall.
Convert ‘waste’ into something usable.
Something that is not depleted by use
Returning a building to its former condition.
Adding a component to a building that it was not built with, eg. Adding insulation to an old house.
Top of the roof.
A small room in which dishes are washed and other dirty kitchen jobs are carried out.
Needing no outside help in meeting ones basic needs.
A raised row of bricks on a building.
Below the ground.
An outlying district of a city.
Able to be maintained at a certain level, avoiding the depletion of natural resourses.
One side is the same as the other.
Process by which cities grow.
A roofed platform that runs along the outside of a house at ground level.
A solution of lime and water used to paint walls