belonging to the house

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Within those high walls, so forbidding in aspect, there lay charming gardens, gay with parterres of flowers, and shaded by noble trees, not only those belonging to the house itself, but those of other adjoining dwellings of the same character--one looked over park-like grounds covering some acres.
It had begun at a little shed belonging to the house, the roof of which had caught.
I took refuge in the courtyard belonging to the house which I inhabited, where I remained during the rest of the night, walking up and down in the greatest agitation, listening attentively, catching and fearing each sound as if it were to announce the approach of the demoniacal corpse to which I had so miserably given life.
Upon this wall, which enclosed the yard belonging to the house, there ran a black wooden railing on either side of the square pillars of the gates.
Nobody had appeared belonging to the house except a person in pattens, who had been poking at the child from below with a broom; I don't know with what object, and I don't think she did.
The footsteps we heard behind us were not the footsteps of any one belonging to the house.
Well, we had six or seven mangy harriers and beagles belonging to the house, I'll allow, and had had them for years, and that the Doctor put them down.
Them belonging to the house would have stopped her, but they might as soon have stopped the sea.
We lived in the Lodge belonging to the house and the cast and crew used our house as their base during filming.
This week's featured property was built in 1926 on the site of the former tennis court belonging to the house next door.
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The estate was divided between siblings with Marion Needham Russell inheriting outbuildings and land belonging to the house where she lives with husband Alan.