Stone house

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Stone house

A house constructed entirely of stone.
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The old stone house and courtyard are set in 40 acres of gardens and natural woodland.
And right on Fifth Avenue is the Old Stone House, a 1699 Dutch stone farmhouse with important ties to American history.
A view of the Old Stone House in central Sutton Coldfield, built by Bishop Vesey in the 1500s in a forest clearing.
A renovation could be planned to an old stone house in an agricultural setting.
The Old Stone House on the Birmingham Road is reputed to be a remnant of that gatehouse and tales were once told of a man in amour who haunts the site.
Moreover, he hopes to incorporate a newly formed Four Cultures group comprised of representatives from the Canadian Bushplane Museum, the Art Gallery of Algoma, the Sault museum and the Ermatinger Old Stone House heritage site, who have teamed up to offer a single-ticket program for all four attractions.
I thought I'd have a try at country life and found this old stone house with beautiful views.
The old stone house at 71, High Street, Broadway presents a familiar face to passers-by and admiring, regular visitors to the show village.
The old stone house and cobbled courtyard at Kilchrennan is now the Taycreggan Hotel, which has 19 en-suite bedrooms and the best in Scottish cuisine.
Turn right and walk into the hamlet of Botts Green, with the Bothie, a fine old stone house, on your right.
The 16th century brought major change when an Edward Lutwyche decided to rebuild replacing the old stone house with a brick building displaying diaper patterning, among the oldest known in Shropshire.