s'GhŔarat'n SpÓnglars Haus

North View

NE view

Detail of the Western side
The picture shows some broken beams ending with corbels, on the SW corner

Detail of the NW corner

Joints of beams ending with corbels, protruding on the fašade
in correspondence to the SW corner of the original building.
The beams of the side additions were joined next to this,
a little further back, according to the building technique of the time

Detail of the fašade with the only surviving example of sideways chimney, on the first floor

Detail of the chimney coming out sideways from the wall, on the first floor

Detail of the chimney coming out sideways from the wall, on the first floor

Old Northwest entrance door

Year "1733" carved on the Northwest entrance door

Detail of the kitchen door, on the first floor.
The picture also shows the flue used to evacuate the smoke.

Detail of the internal chimney, in its vertical portion on the second floor

Small ventilation window over the kitchen / smoke-room door

Old wrought-iron hinge of the kitchen / smoke-room door

Corner of the hearth (hiŔrt, or ˇffnsvÓir)

Detail of the movable brace over the hearth-stone

Poles parallel to the ceiling used to hang food when the room was used as a smoke-room

External opening (now closed) of the chimney coming out sideways from the wall, on the first floor of the fašade.

Detail of the small contoured window in the attic's wooden siding

s'GhŔarat'n SpÓnglars Haus