habitable room

habitable room

A space used for living, sleeping, eating, or cooking, or combinations thereof, but not including bathrooms, closets, halls, storage rooms, utility and similar spaces.
References in classic literature ?
There is one habitable room in it, in which there is a golden bed; there you will have to live all by yourself, and don't forget that whatever you may see or hear in the night you must not scream out, for if you give as much as a single cry my sufferings will be doubled.'
Conversion of an integral garage to form a habitable room with associated alterations to front elevation at 12 Laymoor Drive, Renfrew ?
Sheila Cantwell: conversion of garage to habitable room; at 55 Meadow Walk, Victoria Park, Coatbridge.
Conversion of garage to habitable room including alterations to roof from flat to gable, and alterations to front and rear elevations.
The policy states there should be 21 metres (68ft) between habitable room windows but Tom says he's less than 18 metres away.
It's a shame to spend all that time, money and effort converting the loft into a habitable room and not reap the full rewards, but that's not necessarily the end of the matter.
It's a shame to spend all that money and effort converting the loft into a habitable room and not reaping the full rewards, but that's not necessarily the end of the matter.
Overcrowding was another concern, with 23.4 per cent of First Nations adults reporting they were living in conditions with more than one person per habitable room. This is an increase from the 2002/03 report which put that number at about 17 per cent.
But the horse and all its paraphernalia take up most of the space, leaving only one habitable room for 65-year-old Stephanie.
Actively assisted by Shaheen, a sympathetic, community-conscious businessman, I was able to locate a habitable room and begin to get acquainted in the vicinity.
He said with harsh winter and severe weather in Northern Areas and chilly nights in the southern parts of the country it was crucial to assist those who have nothing to rebuild in constructing at least one habitable room. He said according to an estimate 60,000 families were currently in need of emergency shelter but the aid providing agencies could have been able to manage emergency shelter to only forty-three percent of affectees.