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Carriage house

A small, high-ceiling building for housing horse-drawn carriages such as buggies.
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Noun1.Carriage house - a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehiclescarriage house - a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehicles
outbuilding - a building that is subordinate to and separate from a main building
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It was at this juncture that the Widow Rideout missed her sleigh from the old carriage house. She had not used it for fifteen years and might not sit in it for another fifteen, but it was property, and she did not intend to part with it without a struggle.
The Barn Colony was born in 1939 when local artists began meeting in the square brick carriage house behind the James Millikin Homestead.
The complex will have 200 underground parking stalls, as well 82 surface parking stalls and 30 stalls in the carriage house buildings.
The group met at Great Northern Street on Sunday afternoon, before driving in convoy to The Carriage House pub in Marsden.
Walker & Dunlop Inc.announced Monday it structured equity and debt financing for the construction ofWatkins Alley, a luxury 44-unit townhome and condo development located in the heart of Capitol Hill inWashington.<br />The development team forWatkins Alleyis led by Ditto Residential and the project will include 29 townhomes, 14 condominiums, and one carriage house, with one level of below-grade parking.<br />As the exclusive adviser to Ditto Residential, Walker & Dunlop's Structured Finance team, led by Managing DirectorJamie Butler, sourced the senior construction loan from a regional bank and structured the joint venture equity with Grosvenor Americas, a private property investment and development company.<br />&nbsp;
The Carriage House, also referred to by some as the Carriage Barn, was one of the longest standing buildings in Niagara Falls prior to the State tearing it down this week.
The property known as Shorebluff has a 7-bedroom, 2.5-bath main house, a carriage house and guest cottage on 9 acres at 132 Newtown Road.
The leafy walled courtyard beyond the main residence extends to an income producing two-story, two-bedroom carriage house. Details include the Federal doorway with its collonettes, the quarterround attic windows and top floor dormer windows, five fireplaces and spectacular wide-plank pine wooden flooring throughout.
To do so, he would need to raze two structures on the lot a 3,500-square-foot main house and a smaller carriage house the size of a two-car garage with living quarters above, says his Framingham lawyer, Jon S.
Also on the grounds are a general store with an attached dental office and a carriage house with industrial and agricultural displays.
The first is a Beaux Arts-style carriage house of more than 6,000 square feet; after acquiring that, he paid $16.5 million for the 6,000-plus-square-foot townhouse next door.