Century House

Century House may refer to:

  • Century House (Norwalk, Ohio)
  • Century House (Ridgeway, South Carolina), listed on the NRHP in South Carolina
  • An unmade episode of the television series Doctor Who called "Century House"

Other articles related to "century house, century, house":

Century House Restaurant & Bar
... Century Restaurant and Bar is housed in the ‘Century House’ heritage building in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which was built as a bank in 1911 ... The building’s classic turn-of-the–century design is what inspired the Latin theme ... Century is one of the few spots in Vancouver to offer a restaurant and bar lounge under one roof ...
Snyder Estate Natural Cement Historic District - Significant Contributing Properties - Century House
... Jacob Lowe Snyder's 1809 frame house, renovated in the 1940s, is the core of the CHHS property and the oldest building in the district ... The house features the Cement Industry Museum, with artifacts and photographs from the Rosendale cement industry ...
Bronwydd Castle - History
... Penson, who skillfully adapted an existing 18th century house to create an elaborate Victorian gothic 'castle' suitable for the 'Marcher Lord' of Cemais ... The 18th-century house contained a private chapel, the Lloyds of that era having been converts to Methodism, while the reconstructed Bronwydd included a baronial hall, containing ... Part of the house is supposed to have been modelled on the cathedral transept and tower of the Rock of Cashel, Ireland, although Thomas Lloyd described the whole as 'a romantic Rhineland castle with patterned roof-til ...

Famous quotes containing the words house and/or century:

    Had I but plenty of money, money enough and to spare,
    The house for me, no doubt, were a house in the city-square;
    Ah, such a life, such a life, as one leads at the window there!
    Robert Browning (1812–1889)

    will you come home today
    after a few hours,
    or at noon,
    or a little later,
    or when the whole day’s passed?”
    A young wife
    with tearful words stuck in her throat
    spoils the departure of her man
    who wishes to go to a land
    that takes a hundred days
    to reach.
    Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)