Raised cottage | Article about raised cottage by The Free Dictionary
1. Cottage on stilts or built-up piers to protect it from groundwater.
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The formal gardens continue all around the house, a Louisiana-style raised cottage
built in 1832 and known as "The Galleries" for its extensive wraparound porches.
A raised cottage
mostly hidden behind a tall black-iron picket fence afroth with honeysuckle vines.
The house that the Spinks call home wears a mellowed look, perched like a nineteenth-century raised cottage
on a river bluff, although the only body of water nearby is the backyard pool.