one-room cottage

one-room cottage

one-room cottage
A cottage having a one-room plan, usually with a loft space above.
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It was here, in a one-room cottage, that a chap called John Martin first saw light of day.
If she thought it up, he would build it, Spencer-Hester said, leading a visitor through the snow-flecked garden with its pergolas and birdhouses, all of which he made, to a fantastic one-room cottage he built her as a writer's retreat.
He, his mum and five brothers had to work in the fields around their one-room cottage in Kirkcudbrightshire to scrape together money for food.
Su the Our new home was a bright and cosy one-room cottage with en-suite bathroom containing shower, basin and Western toilet, and a small veranda where we could survey the view.
The photographs capture moments when the skinny doctor is chatting across the table with China's founder chairman Mao Zedong; standing and exhorting the masses in central Hebei to resist the Japanese; posing with a basketball team; getting a haircut from an Indian colleague; working the fields; pushing a truck; conducting surgery, and reading inside his ramshackle one-room cottage.
Down a gravel road from the main-highway-was our one-room cottage with secluded, back porch right beside the creek.
was initially a one-room cottage with simple furnishings and facilities.
Nestled between two gentle berms, this back-yard structure looks more like a charming one-room cottage than a hardworking greenhouse.
He barely gets by on his Social Security and lives in a one-room cottage with a half-bath.
Many residents pay $2,600 to $4,000 a month to live in the one-room cottages, although a sliding-fee scale subsidized by the fund allows those who couldn't otherwise afford it to live there.