Definition of farmhouse
: a dwelling on a farm
Recent Examples of farmhouse from the Web
Restoration Emporium offers vintage and vintage-inspired farmhouse and urban decor.
The research has also uncovered a Medieval malthouse and pre-modern farmhouse along with dozens of other finds.
A backsplash of bright white subway tile was installed, along with a stainless steel farmhouse sink.
The traditional, three-level farmhouse, built in 1941 on 33.10 acres, has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,351 square feet ($553 a square foot).
The property includes an historic 1850's farmhouse and 6 farm outbuildings.
Also on-site: two Amish-style farmhouses (that is, without electricity) where visitors can watch quilting and other demonstrations and buy baked goods.
The Atlanta metal outfit Mastodon has teamed with breweries including Mikkeller (a fruity farmhouse IPA called Mother Puncher), Mahr’s Bräu (Mastodon premium lager) and Signature (Black Tongue, a double-black IPA).
There are cornfields all around, an occasional farmhouse with a Ford pickup in front, and modest crossroads sporting the likes of a Dairy Queen and a gas station where the attendant knows most everyone.
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FARMHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of farmhouse for English Language Learners
: a house on a farm
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