Cross gabled is a style of roof that features two or more gables that intersect at a right angle to form a cross-shaped roof. Each gable is typically a peaked roof with two sloping sides, and the intersection of the gables creates a valley or ridge line. Cross gabled roofs are commonly used in traditional or historical architecture, such as colonial or gothic style buildings, and can provide a distinctive and aesthetically pleasing look to a building. The intersecting gables of a cross gabled roof can also provide additional headroom or living space in the upper levels of a building. Cross gabled roofs can be constructed from a variety of materials, such as shingles, tile, or metal, and can be designed to accommodate a range of roof pitches and configurations.