The vicarage was set back from
the highroad to Tercanbury, and from the dining-room one saw a semicircular strip of lawn and then as far as the horizon green fields.
By evening it will have been accomplished; and as the only one I fear in these parts received such a sound set back from
Roger de Conde recently I do not think he will venture again to molest me."
The schoolhouse was set back from
the road and behind it was a dusky fir wood and a brook where all the children put their bottles of milk in the morning to keep cool and sweet until dinner hour.
It is well set back from
the road and has a good-sized, well-maintained garden at the front and back.
With a commanding position at the junction of Valley Drive and Durham Road, in Low Fell, Gateshead, the imposing Stanley Thompson-built property has a corner plot and is set back from
The original elevation was set back from
the canal by the depth of a room, a fact that conveniently allowed space for a pair of pagoda-like extensions cradling a garden, adding charm and detail to an otherwise typologically normal Gothic facade from 1355.
To address the concerns, the building was completely redesigned, set back from
West Street and its base was heavily reinforced.
The houses were set back from
the road; merely catching sight of one would be difficult.
A strong shoulder line establishes the upper edge of the tall lower body, and the greenhouse is set back from
the front wheels.
The 432-room resort is set back from
the three-mile white sand beach, although sweeping views accent nearly every space.
The entire project was set back from
its original scheduled opening of October due to a two-month delay in obtaining steel, Richardson says.
Set back from
the street, overlooking a small, semi-formal garden, its short north-west end forms its main public face.
"The tower is lifted clear of its historic base, linked on the outside only by columns and glazing, which are set back from
the edges of the site.
The house is set back from
a dirt road behind a screen of cedar battens, closed at the centre to conceal bathrooms and kitchen, and feathering out to either side.
Contextual zoning corrects the current zoning, which encourages tall towers set back from
the Street, a building form inconsistent with the prevailing character of East Harlem.