basement house

basement house

A house whose rooms are mainly located above ground level but whose entrance, from the exterior, is at ground level or one floor above.
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The basement house a unique kitchen museum, a collection of crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils used in the presidential kitchen and dinning rooms since 1931.
The Villa Italia's basement houses a spa and hydrotherapy complex, inspired by the underground shrines of the ancient world.
The basement houses a water tank which could store 12,500 gallons as well as storage areas and a magazine to store 198,100lb barrels of gun powder.
Its basement houses a bar, video gambling machines, pool table, dart boards and televisions.
The basement houses a shock shower, ice fountain, sauna, in-house hammam and relaxation room, all of which are part of the spa.
The basement houses the Pharaonic artifacts, the ground level displays the Greco-Roman treasures and the first floor contains relics from Egypt's Coptic Christian and Islamic heritage, as well as some valuables left behind by King Farouk's family.
The basement houses a newly expanded dock, replacing the existing landlocked and insufficient one.
The basement houses the menswear collection, the ground floor is devoted to womenswear, and the first floor to the Made-to-Order, Made-to-Color, and Shoe Caring Services.
The Statehouse Convention Center's basement houses the operating center for the DAS of both the Convention Center and the Robinson Center.
The renovated basement houses Jumbo Electronics and Cafe Ceramique.