In my native language, we can follow a noun with a "which + noun" clause to provide more information about the said noun. For example, if we want to say that a certain man owns a "house" and this house has a blue door and three storeys, we would say:
- "The man owns a house in London, which house has a blue door and three storeys."
I have mostly seen sentences with this structure in formal texts/legal documents.
Is this structure used in English, and if so, is it idiomatic?