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.
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.