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Lovely old Tudor house of rectangles.
Architecture is a good source of squares and rectangles!Beautiful Tudor building.
Love old homes and this one certainly is full of rectangles.
This is the sort of stuff that just blew me away in the UK....the history and the age of things. We think it's old if it's 200 years . LOL I love it--the beams and the leaded glass windows are just too cool. :-)
The Porch House was built around 1480, most probably by the Bishops of Salisbury, the churches being very wealthy at that time. It is a close studded timber framed house on an ashlar (dressed stone) plinth with a single storey central hall and two storey gabled wings. It is now a very important timber framed house and the site of the 10th century church is within its garden. Diane