bottom house

bottom house

n
1. (Architecture) the open space beneath a house built upon high pillars
2. (Architecture) such a space partially enclosed and floored for use as servants' quarters
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The bottom house there, now the home of the lock-keeper, is the original Sea Lock Inn, and from it you may gain some idea of how things were in the days when 'windjammers' carried the Red Ensign to remote corners of the Earth.
After crossing a footbridge and stile, we follow the ridge ahead and soon catch sight of Bottom House.
Turning left to a wooden field gate, we continue ahead to a metal field gate and the track leading to Bottom House.
There was also Bottom House, The Institute at the Market Square, plus Pochin Road school (headmistress Connie Burns), the board school with separate entrances for girls, on Cheetham Street, and boys, on Whitworth Road.
The circular bottom houses the 9,000mAh battery and gives more than 12 hours of browsing the internet with WiFi on and with full brightness.
In each set of steel pipes, the larger-diameter "lower pipe" set into the sea bottom houses a smaller-diameter "upper pipe" that emerges from the lower pipe and rises to the surface to function as a breakwater in the event of a tsunami or other emergency.
The bottom houses the rev, temperature, petrol and trip computer gauges while another the on top houses the digital speedo, rev and eco monitor lights.
The dash features a two-tier instrument binnacle, the bottom houses the rev, temperature, petrol and trip computer gauges while the top houses the digital speedo, rev and eco-monitor lights.
It used to be a pub - there were middle, top and bottom houses.