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stone-and-timber

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  • Walking through some of the nearby villages was like passing through a window of time, watching people wearing homespun wool, living in stone-and-timber houses that could have been built centuries before.

    Craig Danner - An interview with author

  • At their stone-and-timber vacation compound in Aspen, Colo., on Red Mountain and assessed by county officials at $20 million, the Bucksbaums frequently host dinners for famous musicians like cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Joshua Bell.

    Dark Days for Mall Dynasty

  • His family farm was a quarter mile from the city gates, a huge place with many outbuildings, the stone-and-timber farmhouse bulking up among them like an old grey gander in a flock of geese.

    'Lavinia'

  • According to Belegir and Ivradan, Great Drathil had once been a sizeable stone-and-timber city in the foothills of the High Hilvorns, surrounded by sprawling fields and orchards.

    The Warslayer

  • The stone-and-timber structure was covered in moss.

    Odyssey

  •     The stone-and-timber structure was covered in moss.

    Odyssey

  • The Broken Wheel, the two-story stone-and-timber inn, looked almost the same as the last time Justen had been home, except that the cracked wagon spokes on the sign were now a darker brown.

    The Order War

  • Merwha gestured toward a stone-and-timber building standing on a rise behind the pier.

    The Order War

  • Severa had stopped at the post house, next to The Broken Wheel, a two-story stone-and-timber structure, and the only inn.

    The Order War

  • Visitors are greeted by a stone-and-timber porte-cochere that leads to a two-story atrium.

    Interior Design Industry News

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