Coach house

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Coach house

A building or part for housing carriages or automobiles when they are not in use. See also carriage house.

coach house, carriage house

A building or part thereof for housing carriages when not in use.
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The second coach house has twin doors that open out from the balcony into the lounge.
So many of us now think that noise from neighbours is inevitable, yet a coach house eliminates this all together.
The coach house at Meadow Walk comprises a lounge/diner, separate kitchen, one bedroom and bathroom, and is priced at pounds 149,995.
For more information on the coach house at Meadow Walk, contact the marketing suite on 01789 209926 or visit www.
The Coach House at Arrow near Alcester bags a best village position right by Holy Trinity Church and overlooking the riverside meadows.
Its origins were functional, though not that modest, as the coach house and stables to the Georgian rectory next door, once part of the Ragley Estate.
The Coach House at Arrow near Alcester in Warwickshire, a converted house with separate flat, close to church and river.
A guide price of pounds 475,000 is being quoted by Lane Fox for Comberton House near Orleton, Ludlow in Shropshire, a Georgian house with a separate coach house and four acres of mature cider orchard.
Following a visit to the open evening for Windsor Village, Tina was immediately impressed with the Coach House properties, a brand new design for Redrow - and within two days had become one of the first customers to buy one.
She said: "I was originally looking for an apartment, but when I saw the plans for the Coach House at Eton Court I knew that was what I was looking for.
The two-bedroom Coach House is entered at ground floor level but has all of its living space arranged across the first floor.