outbuilding


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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.
Extensive garaging is provided in a triple bay stone-built outbuilding, with a fourth bay used for storage.
The Lamb and Flag has applied to Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council to use the upstairs floor of an outbuilding on the pub site as a 'beauty loft'.
WHITEGATE: A lawful development certificate is being sought at Covert Farm, Foxwist Green covering the use of an outbuilding as permanent residential accommodation.
A domestic outbuilding at a property near Chester was damaged last night after a nearby car was ravaged by fire.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a man who died in a fire in an office outbuilding in his garden.
ABERFOYLE Dwelling for holiday accommodation (incorporating existing outbuilding) at Blairgarry for AngusYoung; Conversion and extension of outbuilding to form holiday accommodation at Achray Farm for Nicola Hornsby.
The main house is a spacious four bedroom family home full of original character features with an attached outbuilding and rear garden.