cow house

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cow barn, cow house, cow shed

A dependency used to house cattle.
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And within the grounds is the original, thatched cow house, open fronted and ideal for alfresco dining.
Outbuildings include a stone barn and cow house, which now has a box profile roof, a greenhouse and workshop.
Outbuildings include a garage, and a range of buildings with huge potential for conversion, including a former cow house and workshop, a five-bay barn and a modern steel-framed general purpose building with adjoining three-bay cattle shed, concrete apron and sheep dip.
55 another keeper went to the cow house and found Mr Cockrill lying on the stone floor dead.
A stone and galvanised former cow house is now used as a workshop and store, with an adjoining stable, plus there is a general store, an open-fronted implement store with five brick pillars and pan-tiled roof, and a lean-to double carport.
Upstairs are five bedrooms and two bathrooms and outside, detached cow house and workshop.
There are remains of an old single garage, a further timber framed barn and, attached to the house a brick and tiled cow house with part loft.
They will vary from the smaller Tallett House to the larger Tythe Barn with the Granary and Cow House as their neighbours.
A garage block has space for four cars, there is a former cow house with potential as stabling and traditional barns including a listed Tudor example of brick and timber on stone footings.
The traditional and modern farm buildings are arranged around two courtyards and including a stone barn with attached dog kennels, a former cow house in blockwork, car shed and old parlour, stable yard and further loose boxes, stone buildings and a detached second barn.
Outbuildings include a two bay stone barn, former cow house, coach house with stable, garden store and log store.
Built of brick and timber frame with exposed internal timbering, it has attached outbuildings, once the cow house and stabling.