carriage house

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a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehicles

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The homes in this pedestrian-oriented "urban oasis" will represent a mix of hillside cottages, town homes, flats, carriage houses and garden cottages.
This guaranteed cost coverage extends to outbuildings like barns and carriage houses as well.
An 1877 carriage house in Philadelphia, now transformed into a home base for queer students at the University of Pennsylvania by out architect Belmont Freeman, illustrates the point.
Freeman earned his master's degree in architecture from Penn in 1976, and a $2 million donation from alumni David Good-hand and Vincent Griski prompted the facility's move from a 650-square-foot third-floor office into the 6,000-square-foot carriage house.