How did the gable on the gabled porch get a new look?
Fox News’ Chris Wallace reports that the gables on the porch of the house gabled house in the gilded gables section of the New York City Public Library have been decorated with decorative woodwork, including a giant gable decorated with a gable.
The decorative wood on the roof and sides of the gated porch is also decorated.
The porch was restored in 2018 after being renovated for more than 50 years.
The gabled gables were built in 1854 by a Scottish immigrant named James Douglas Gable, who is best known for creating the gabardine, a style of ornamenting traditionally worn by the Scottish nobility.
The house is the largest of a small number of Gothic Gothic-style gabled houses in the city.