cart house

cart house

An enclosure, such as a shed, for sheltering two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicles that are intended for two passengers.
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To the rear lies an exceptionally attractive outbuilding, formerly a cart house and stabling with hay loft over.
uk (ref: E15392) Set on a working farm, the Old Cart House, two miles from Lanivet in mid-Cornwall, is a handy base from which to visit the world-renowned Eden Project as well as Lanhydrock House while the beaches on the north and south coast are a comfortable drive away.
IThe Cart House near Matfen in Northumberland has been finished to a high standard.
SEVEN nights' self-catering at Cart House, Isle of Wight, from pounds 142pp (four sharing).
Having been promised distant sea views from The Cart House and joked we'd probably need binoculars to enjoy them, we were delighted to discover a stunning aspect from our private patio, taking in a well-tended lawn area, lush green fields and that all-important blue beyond.
There is also a stable block, currently a workshop, a machinery store and a stone-built cart house used as a two-car garage.
Sadly, Bill died in 1996, but, undaunted, Maureen carried on the transformation work, turning Bill's workshop and the old cart house into bed-and-breakfast accommodation.
Also included in this lot is the former cart house, barn, shippon, mono-pitch dairy, as well as former pig sty and hay barn.
The house had dining, drawing, breakfast, dressing and smoking rooms, library, five bedrooms, body and shower baths, two kitchens, stabling for three horses, coach and cart house, cow byre, gardens with two conservatories, and five surrounding acres.
A buyer therefore gets the stone stable and cart house, former stone and brick dairy, the magnificent Georgian walled garden with bothy - and no new neighbours or cheap fences.
Included in the price are out-offices, a byre, storage sheds and a cart house.
It also has out-offices, cow byre, storage sheds and traditional cart house.