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outbuilding

n. a structure not connected with the primary residence on a parcel of property. This may include a shed, garage, barn, cabana, pool house, or cottage.

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House and barn and outbuildings were fast falling into ruin.
Also, the ten acres have come pretty close to paying for the whole twenty, as well as for this house, and all the outbuildings, and all the pedigreed stock.
Next, he demonstrated how crazy he really was, by deeding over to his family, unsolicited, the ten acres on Tarwater Flat, the house, barn, outbuildings, and water-rights.
Not resting satisfied with giving that much chace to Mrs Boffin's fancies, they pursued them into the yard and outbuildings, and under the Mounds.
If an item is stolen from an outbuilding, then 60 per cent of home contents policies have cover limits of between PS2000 and PS5000.
A LANDLORD who leased out a garden outbuilding has had to pay almost PS14,000 in fines, legal costs and confiscated rent in a landmark court ruling.
PCSO Rachel Ward said: "These items may have been stolen from an outbuilding.
A FIRE at a popular hotel and restaurant has destroyed a refrigeration system and damaged an outbuilding.
Designed and built by Historic Shed, a Brooksville-based outbuilding specialty company, the cottage complements her historic home and adds to the neighborhood character.
it's time for a spring clean and what better way than buying a new outbuilding to store all your clutter in.
GOSHEN - A woman's decomposed body has been found in an outbuilding owned by a man whose wife disappeared in March.