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FARMHOUSE

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The main dwelling-house attached to a farm.

Related Terms

Term Note
BASTLE A fortified house of two or three storeys, the lower floor being used for storage and/or to house animals and the upper floors for domestic use.
BLACKHOUSE A dwelling comprising byre, barn and living quarters, with walls consisting of inner and outer dry stone facings with an insulating turf core.
BYRE DWELLING A rectangular building of late- to post-medieval date, comprising a dwelling for people and accommodation for animals under one roof. Only use where there is evidence for both functions.
COUNTRY HOUSE A rural residence or mansion.
FARM LABOURERS COTTAGE The dwelling place of a farm worker.
GRANGE The residence and outbuildings of an outlying farm or estate, especially that held by a monastery or other religious order.

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