summer house


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summer house

1. A home in the country used as a summer residence.
2. A garden house of light airy design used in the summer for protection from the sun.
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The company has created three revolving wooden summer house designs so the entire structure can turn round to face the sun.
Lloyd grew out of his old climbing frame and little house and really wanted a summer house," said his mum Ellen.
In the middle of the Golden Valley, there's a rotating summer house so you can see the garden from every angle as well as a croquet lawn and a multitude of roses.
I heard nothing until three months later when I received a message telling me the summer house was ready for delivery.
The kitchen is fitted with oak units and has integrated appliances; The family bathroom includes a Jacuzzi bath and separate shower cubicle; The property has a good-size lawned area and a summer house
Paul issued special thanks to workmate Trevor Allan, tree surgeon K Patton, T Berry light haulage, Clevecrete Paving, Barnes and Woodhouse summer houses, Dappers hair and nail salon, Nicky Leet Construction, Lee Gibson Roofing, builders David Moore, Tommy Swales and Derek Wilkes, Jason Swales Groundworks and Michelle at Guisborough Car Sales.
She said he took her into the summer house and tried to ply her with vodka, which she discreetly poured away.
That one has been just like a flower bed - a corner of the garden that has been rather abandoned and it's now been cleared with the plan or footprint revealed of where the summer house was.
Built into a cliff, high above one of South Wales' most desirable towns, the Summer House in Penarth would certainly be a place with the "wow factor".
Outside, the gardens comprise lawns, mature trees and bushes, a feature paved forecourt, a graveled driveway, secure parking, flagged patio areas and a summer house.
Outside is a summer house in the grounds, a pond with waterfall and plenty of garage space.

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