Carriage house


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Carriage house

A building, or part thereof, for housing carriages or automobiles when they are not in use.

coach house, carriage house

A building or part thereof for housing carriages when not in use.
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The Carriage House "The property offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation with stunning moorland views, a pub and a restaurant.
Today the eight homes on the property provide a dozen guest rooms, and the carriage house provides a venue for events such as wedding receptions and business seminars.
The HSE initially claimed no knowledge of Carriage House, but later attributed this to an administrative error.
Once described as "the most impressive structure" in the region, with its blank arches, corner pavilions and coade stone patteras, the Grade II*-listed Old Carriage House in Denbigh has a stunning architectural heritage.
Its carriage house is larger than most modern homes.
The facility consists of four buildings: the mansion, two outbuildings, and a carriage house.
If a vehicle matches our parameters, we'll insure it whether it's a stable of Ford Pintos or a carriage house full of Ferraris.
An 1877 carriage house in Philadelphia, now transformed into a home base for queer students at the University of Pennsylvania by out architect Belmont Freeman, illustrates the point.
Mary Lou Fischer, owner of Mary Lou Fischer's Carriage House Gallery in Guilford, Conn.
Eloise (Weezie) Foley is a recently divorced young woman who lives in the carriage house next to a historic townhouse where her ex-husband now lives with his fiancee.
Brown, Jr, himself owner of a nineteenth-century shingled carriage house in Bridgehampton, is seeking like others before him to create an ideal community through enlightened architecture and landscape initiatives (Columbus, Indiana, with its public buildings by a Who's Who of architects comes to mind).
Ballet Workshop is housed in the carriage house behind Cronsberg's sprawling Victorian, gingerbread-style home.