carriage house

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a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehicles

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A Christie & Co spokesman said: "Positioned just 500 meters from the Pennine Way, The Carriage House sits in an area of designated outstanding beauty on the Marsden Moor, at the foot of Pule Hill.
That was the status quo for a number of years until Judd built his store and a granary and carriage house behind it in 1911.
Proceeds benefit the Carriage House, a part of Children's Friend Inc.
The Carriage House is not the only troubled project to have recently returned to the market, but most require loan defaults, debt sales, restructuring and changes in management, the Journal said.
Through the live auction at the Carriage House and silent auction at many of its restaurants, the company raised $110,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation[R].
Upstairs ready for conversionto B & B as well as Carriage House.
The empty building that the HSE left off their own list was Carriage House in Lusk, County Dublin.
Among them is The Carriage House (sleeps six) - a recently converted barn in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the outskirts of the popular villages of Hartland and Clovelly.
Richard Koulouris, corporate vice president of Ralcorp's mayonnaise-to-peanut butter arm The Carriage House Cos, will assume the additional responsibility as president of cracker business Bremner Food Group and confectionery unit Nutcracker Brands.
Not so Lleweni, where the restoration of an old carriage house has been carried out with sympathy to provide eight houses.
A demonstration of leather harness making is being held on Saturday in the Carriage House, followed by a display of Corn Dollies on Sunday at Home Farm in Beamish Museum.
1 -- color) One of the guest rooms at the Britt Scripps Inn is in the Carriage House, shaded by a 141-year-old camphor tree.
based Jeld-Wen, for example, has seen sales increase with the introduction of its Carriage House line of composite garage doors.
Once a carriage house and then bodegua, or 'Mom and Pop' grocery, in 1942, La Bodeguita became a restaurant just after WWII when Cuba was the hot spot for intellectuals, artists and Havana's bohemia who were trying to "fix the world" with ideas--ones that translated to some of the best poetry, fiction and music of the era.