basement house

basement house

A house whose rooms are mainly located above ground level but whose entrance, from the exterior, is at ground level or one floor above.
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The basement house a unique kitchen museum, a collection of crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils used in the presidential kitchen and dinning rooms since 1931.
In addition, The Mortuary's haunted basement houses the original embalming room along with an underground burial crypt.
The Statehouse Convention Center's basement houses the operating center for the DAS of both the Convention Center and the Robinson Center.
A finished basement houses a media room and 500 bottle-wine-the entire third floor is a master suite complete with fireplace and double shower.
The renovated basement houses Jumbo Electronics and Cafe Ceramique.
The basement houses the Library Theatre and the theatre cafe.
The basement houses a WC, utility area with a Belfast sink and free standing boiler.
The basement houses a large studio area and holistic area for alternative therapies.
The flats would be in Horton House and neighbouring Walker House, whose basement houses the Western Approaches war rooms.
The basement houses protected prisoners, troublemakers who can't settle in the main blocks, and sex offenders.