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outbuilding

a building subordinate to but separate from a main building; outhouse

Outbuilding

Any building that is detached from the main house or structure; which typically includes carriage houses, garages, sheds, stables or wood storage sheds.

outbuilding

A building subsidiary to, but separate from, a main house or building.
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However, not all contents insurance policies will provide sufficient cover for this and if the value of items in an outbuilding is particularly high, then it's worth letting your insurer know so they can adjust your policy accordingly.
There has been a growth in the number of garden outbuildings needing planning permission in the city in recent years.
Historic Shed designs and builds outbuildings for historic homes, from simple garden sheds, to garages, to cottages like Ms.
When choosing an outbuilding, you need to do your homework beforehand as your search for a simple shed can easily end up with you buying a bigger, more modern structure such as a summer house.
Investigators probe an outbuilding in Goshen on Wednesday where the body of a woman was found a day earlier.
Her son Christopher broke into the locked outbuilding with his father when they found Mrs Jarvis was missing.
There are several options to consider when choosing a shed or outbuilding.
BrentMann says the outbuilding may house a restaurant and speciality shops.
Another person said an outbuilding within the rugby club grounds was on fire.
The display organiser, father-ofone Mr Coates, and his assistant, mother-of-three Mrs Connor, both from Kendal, were inside the wooden outbuilding containing a store for the fireworks when it erupted into flames.
NETHERTHONG: Tuesday June 16 - Thief forced open outbuilding and stole power washer and drill.