Garden house


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A summer house.
A privy.
- Beau. & Fl.

See also: Garden, Garden

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The Princess asked Earl Spencer for somewhere to live in the countryside but, after initially offering her a garden house for pounds 12,000 a year on his estate in Northamptonshire, he eventually decided it would be too disruptive.
A workshop is taking place on Saturday, February 21, between 10am and 2pm in the community room at St Cuthbert's Church on Framwellgate Peth, next to The Garden House Pub.
There is a good sized back garden - there is a vegetable patch - with a garden house and storage sheds.
Just west of the main house is a garden house, finished to the highest standard and dressed with stone.
com/pub/garden-houseedgbaston-birmingham) If you're looking for a natural green space to while away a Sunday afternoon, The Garden House is ideal.
The reopening marks the first time the garden house behind Haus Esters has been utilized as an exhibition site.
The Garden House, Killingworth Village, is for sale at PS599,950, through Sanderson Young, tel: 0191 213 0033.
Writing on June 3 1993, after Diana had moved from Highgrove to Kensington Palace, he begins by offering to rent her a garden house on his Althorp estate.
These include the conservatory, the garden house, and the working garden.
In the first letter, he wrote: "I thought I should update you on the garden house and keep you informed of all the developments.
If you've got a garden house or outdoor bar/barbecue area, consider a thatched roof and add lava rock around the barbecue pit.
The plantings, with occasional palms rising from a grouping of low junipers or annuals, softened the garden house and integrated it with the existing home.