Charitable foundation established to provide for the poor.
Form of terraced houses in the United Kingdom, each sharing party walls on three of their four sides.
Redirected to Almshouse.
15th-century building in the village of Bolton Percy near York, the entrance to a courtyard of buildings that included the village rectory.
Birthplace of Robert Burns (1759–1796), Scotland's national poet.
Scots term describing the architecture of a two-roomed cottage.
Oldest surviving building in Sale, Greater Manchester, built c.1670.
Grade II listed building in Flixton, Greater Manchester, scene of the Flixton Footpath Battle of 1826.
Designed by the architect Edgar Wood, and considered to be one of the most advanced examples of early 20th-century domestic architecture.
15th-century house in Lavenham, Suffolk, said to be the inspiration for the old English nursery rhyme "There Was a Crooked Man".