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Exterior Doors With Blinds

exterior doors with blinds

    exterior doors
  • (exterior door) a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building

  • Doors found on the outside of the house, designed to weather outdoor elements.

  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.

  • The blinds are forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer button in flop-style poker games. The number of blinds is usually two, but can be one or three.

  • window coverings, especially vertical blinds, wood blinds, roller blinds, pleated blinds

  • Cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily

  • Deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception

  • Confuse or overawe someone with something difficult to understand

H.W. and Lucinda Ross Blue Victorian house

H.W. and Lucinda Ross Blue Victorian house

Oregon City, Oregon

This two story residence sits under a cross gable roof, with a hip roof at the southeast corner covering a two story porch. The hip is supported at the corner by turned columns with a scroll cut balustrade enclosing the porches (one at each floor). The gables feature enclosed eaves with wide frieze and rake boards and decorative barge molding. On the south side, a rectangular bay projects out at the first floor level, covered by a hip roof. This bay features chamfered pilasters between the windows and pendants at the corners below a sawtooth frieze. The house is primarily clad with horizontal drop siding, finished with cornerboards, but the gable ends are clad with octagonal shingle imbrication above the window heads. The windows are all tall 1/1 double-hung wood sashes, and the gable end windows have arched hoods with a sunburst pattern in the blind transom. The foundation has been recently skirted with plywood under the full water table. Two garages are associated with this house. The smaller of the two, located to the northeast of the house, is a front gable garage clad with drop siding and featuring two casement windows on the west side and a pair of out-swinging doors on the south side. A large six-car garage is located along the east edge of the lot. This garage sits under a shallow shed roof that is hidden by a gabled parapet with large intermediate piers that divide the garage into three bays. The doors on this garage are all paired out-swinging doors, with three square panels over three rectangular panels. The garage is clad with rounded drop siding.

Statement of Significance: In 1898, H.W. and Lucinda Ross purchased this property and are assumed to have constructed the residence.

York, St Michael

York, St Michael

Parish church, now pastoral centre. Late C12 arcades, heightened in C15; C14 north wall, partly rebuilt 1868; mid C15 tower; church size reduced in 1821, when east end and south aisle were rebuilt; tower lowered 1966-67; refurbished 1989. Alterations of 1821 by JB and W Atkinson. MATERIALS: coursed magnesian limestone and tooled gritstone; tiled roofs to church, pyramidal roof of slate to tower. Aisled nave and sanctuary, with embraced west tower. EXTERIOR: east end and south side on double chamfered plinth, with embattled parapet over moulded eaves string. Both sides have three windows of four cinquefoiled lights with panel traceried heads and hoodmoulds, over moulded sill string. Sillstring stepped up at north end of east wall to form hoodmould over shallow-arched doorway containing plank door with attached 'Gothick' tracery. At west end of south wall is a painted clock face. North side partly obscured by No.24 Spurriergate (qv) has chamfered plinth; to the west are two 4-light windows as above. 2-stage embattled tower has recessed doorway approached by steps between offset buttresses on cut-back moulded plinths. Doorway is 4-centred, of two hollow chamfered orders beneath hoodmould on head stops and contains original double doors with blind Perpendicular tracery to upper part, lower part remade with C18 fielded panels and panelled wicket door. Above is arched window of four cinquefoiled lights with panel tracery, and hoodmould. To north of tower, beneath gabled roof, 4-light window with renewed mullions and blocked traceried head in chamfered opening. To south, similar window to those in south wall. On each side of tower are quadrant-shaped rainwater heads, dated 1821 and 1834 respectively. LBO

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