English basement

English basement

In the United States, the lowest floor of a residential building that is partly below, but mostly above, grade; the principal entrance to the building is at the level of the floor above.
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Elements of the interior, including a four-story bank vault in the English basement, will be preserved.
The 2,171 s/f house has front and rear gardens and a windowed English basement with a separate entrance.
John Boehner wakes up in his English basement apartment on Capitol Hill, his head still in a merlot fog.
Stacey, a cat lover and owner of two felines, collaborated with Airhart Construction to create a customized out-of-sight closet litter box solution in the English basement of her home.
Rent Jiffy's licensing services for Condos, Co-Ops, and Single Family Homes without English Basement start at $399.
IT'S four years since Division Three was rebranded as League Two, but to fans and admirers of life in the English basement, this tier of mediocrity will only ever be known as the Rochdale Division.
But as grim as it sounds, these days players can pick up higher wages in the English basement than in the top flight in Scotland.
Young's men have the easiest draw alongside inconsistent French side Perpignan, English basement boys Leeds Tykes and Italian side Calvisano.
Fifteen of the units will have the opportunity for an English basement for rental or office space.
The seven-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home includes three fireplaces, an English basement with an antique bar, an attached sunroom and a separate in-law or nanny apartment.
The four-story, 25 ft wide townhouses, located at 20, 30, 40 and 50 Sullivan Street, are designed to accommodate a piano nobile, 4+ bedrooms, a finished English basement, backyard garden, and a rooftop terrace all linked by a private internal elevator.

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