Recent Examples of outbuilding from the Web
Fire consumed an outbuilding and spread to five acres of brush in the desert community of Shelter Valley Friday.
As any real home reno expert can tell you, the most challenging aspect of home reno is, of course, installing an elaborate lighting system in your 40-room French chateau and three outbuildings and then getting sued over it.
Cameron is what's known as a wild cave, discovered much more recently and standing more or less unaltered in its natural state, save for a small cinderblock outbuilding constructed around its main entrance.
In addition to a lake and five ponds, the sprawling property contains an eclectic mix of buildings—there are several barns and outbuildings, and even a covered bridge.
The fire destroyed two structures – an outbuilding and a hunting cabin -- and scorched nearly 6,000 acres.
The grounds, with barn and outbuildings, also include a brook and gardens.
The fire was reported in the outbuilding of a home on Northwest Milburn Street at about 5 p.m., Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue spokeswoman Lydia Woodman said.
Fifteen-hundred people have been evacuated and 13 homes and eight outbuildings have been destroyed, said fire spokeswoman Elayn Briggs.
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Definition of outbuilding for English Language Learners
: a small building that is separated from a main building
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