built terrace

built terrace

[¦bilt ¦ter·əs]
(geology)
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This year's garden was inspired by the uplifting scenery of the Swiss Alps and brought to life with drifts of colourful and fragrant herbs such as thyme, sage, mallow and horehound, complemented with a relaxing water feature, gentle waterfall and a stone built terrace, as well as a fringe of evergreens and meadow-style wildflower planting.
SITUATED in the 'old' part of Golcar is this three bedroomed stone built terrace cottage which provides generous accommodation over three floors for a young or growing family.
Tsegai Zere disclosed that the community has so far built terraces within the land plots and environs of 20 farmers.