Hip-roofed


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Hip´-roofed`


a.1.Having a hip roof.
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To get away from it all, Anne and David Noller just take a few steps out into their garden, where a hip-roofed pavilion nestles into one corner beside a rock retaining wall and koi pond.
So you'll find gable and shed dormers on hip roofs, hip-roofed porches on gabled homes, and shed roofs attached just about anywhere.
Together, these areas expand the cabin's living space, and their form balances the strong shape of the hip-roofed building.
The resulting 500-square-foot cabin very simple-a hip-roofed, Post-and beam, single-wall building with a skylight in the roof peak and generous decks on three sides.
PHOTO : New gable set into hip-roofed attic created space for small bathroom with oversize shower.
And high above, on a hip-roofed cupola, sits a weathervane that indicates wind direction with a solid wood racket.