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carriage house

Origin of carriage house
1755-65, Americanism Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Guestrooms are located in the main house and in the renovated carriage house.
  • The carriage house was built some time after the construction of the mansion.
  • Contemporary buildings on the property include a stone carriage house with a slate roof and round-arched dormers.
  • Please allow one hour to tour the house and grounds, which feature a carriage house and restored flower and herb gardens.
  • In addition, delectable lunches and dinners may be scheduled for groups in the reconstructed carriage house.
  • The carriage house was recently rehabilitated to accommodate the site gift shop and storage needs.
  • The grant funds ongoing repairs and site improvements, as well as the development of a visitor facility in the carriage house.
  • North of the house is a fine brick carriage house with segmental arched openings and a tin jerkinhead roof.
  • The pergola connects to the side entrance of the carriage house.
  • Families who could afford to buy a motor car turned the carriage house into a garage.

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