Definition of farmhouse
: a dwelling on a farm
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Deeper into the fields is an old farmhouse flanked by shiny new buildings that resemble barns and a yard packed tight with vehicles.
Some favorite moments come courtesy of Wydetta Carter as nosy neighbor Marge, with Terry Hamilton as her husband Charlie, sharing her binoculars through their farmhouse window.
The Heritage Village, staged like an old pioneers settlement, has become the permanent home to historical buildings, including the 1892 Symerton train depot, an 1865 farmhouse from Crest Hill, and a 1857 one-room school house from Homer Glen.
CANYON COUNTY, Idaho -- Friends are telling media outlets that a person of interest sought after three people were found shot dead at his Idaho farmhouse last week had a girlfriend, although he was married.
The footprint of the contemporary farmhouse is almost exactly the same as that of the original ranch.
The sheriff’s deputy responding to the home noticed signs that something was amiss and so began looking around the tiny farmhouse and wooded lot, Dashiell said.
A sheriff’s deputy found the bodies hidden in a shed after out-of-state family members called to ask that someone check on Bullinger and other relatives who had recently moved to the farmhouse.
A law enforcement officer found the bodies about 11 a.m. Monday after responding to a welfare check at the small farmhouse on the outskirts of Caldwell, Canyon County Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell said.
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Definition of farmhouse for English Language Learners
: a house on a farm
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