half story

half story

A story within a sloping roof; usually having dormer windows and occupying about half the area of the floor or floors below. Also see garret, attic.
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The Three And A Half Story (3 ) Building With The Main Entrance On Grade And A Walk-out Basement Providing The Story At The Back Of The Building.
Description: Dairy with one and a half story house, farm buildings built in 1975 remodeled in 1988, 74.67 acres land.
The Beckett is a reverse one and a half story property with four bedrooms, three and one-half baths and a formal dining room.
The five and a half story building, with two story extension and basement, contains 6.426 s/f and is currently configured us seven fair market apartments.
It was a much different second half story, however, for Coventry's only other score was a last end two against one four, three threes and three singles which left the county four 30-14 ahead.
Description: 1.34 acres--highway commercial--sale includes a 1-and a half story house with 1,224 square feet, 2
In the half story upstairs we have two bedrooms: one on the west end, one on the east, with a future half bath and library in the loft area between them.
The design of the houses are also very appealing, they are two and a half story bespoke properties which fit well with the landscape of Colwinston.'
The second half story was frustratingly similar as Mottram, Leigh Williams and Scott Millington all went close.
Those lower down the social scale had smaller homes of one or two rooms with perhaps a half story above.
Contract awarded for Uiamho half story writers of the road development project master plan and detailed design services
Description: One and a half story, 3,148 square foot home on 8.21 acres with four bedrooms, three and a half baths with 866 square foot finished, daylight basement, 527 square foot covered deck 864 square foot detached garage with two lean-tos, 288 and 16o square foot patios, 624 square foot attached garage and 600 square foot pole barn with hay loft.