Redbrick sentence example
Kentwell Hall Kentwell - a romantic, moated, mellow redbrick Tudor mansion in a tranquil parkland setting.
Jane Austen's House is a 17 th century redbrick building where the author lived from 1809 until shortly before her death in 1817.
Redbrick are not opposed to the motorcycle showroom itself.
Then there are the ' redbrick ' universities founded in the last century in large cities e.g. Leeds, Bristol, Manchester.
I thought to myself about why people were doing Fulcrum something to set you apart on a redbrick university application?Advertisement
Some of the redbrick workhouse buildings survive, turned into houses, along with the spike.
There are four to eight rooms in each little redbrick house in the complex.
Also there is a community garden in Dover Street shielded from the ringroad by a tastefully designed high redbrick wall.
Sloane Square and Pont Street in Chelsea offer redbrick mansion blocks housing apartments.
With the exception of the end house of the redbrick terrace, these buildings are not open for public view.Advertisement
Jane Austen 's House is a 17 th century redbrick building where the author lived from 1809 until shortly before her death in 1817.