bank barn


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bank barn

n.
A barn built into a hillside, having entrances on two different levels.
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The museum is housed in a bank barn (one that opens on two levels) built in 1889.
The weather may have been poor during our stay but it wasn't difficult to imagine how stunning this place would be on a hot summer's day, and why, with its shabby chic-style Bank Barn, it is fast becoming a popular place for weddings.
Often when painting this grand landscape in the field, my canvasses were just too small." As a result, Trepanier has begun painting canvases so mammoth that he had to renovate his old bank barn to accommodate them.
Also Thursday, Palestinian police said a 15-year-old boy was found hanged in an Occupied West Bank barn, and his father, uncle and cousin confessed to the slaying.
It is a bank barn with the south and most of the east side opening out onto the ground level.
Built in 1870, the barn now known as the Parsons barn (currently owned by Fred and Sheila Parsons, Keosauqua) is a small, Pennsylvania-type bank barn owned by the same family for 110 years.
Ty Mawr has an impressive barn, which is twice the size of the farmhouse and an excellent example of what is known as a Monmouthshire bank barn.
A bank barn's signature feature is in its construction, built into the side of a bank or low hill.
Ours was a bank barn, as were most of the barns in our area.