Recent Examples of outbuilding from the Web
The outbuilding, as county attorney Scott McClure called it, will house the county health department and assessor's satellite offices, a community room, the township trustee's office and the township's food pantry.
Some of the outbuildings were built from scratch — drawing down the stockpile of redwood.
William and Mildred also built all of the outbuildings that are still on the property today, including the hemp barn, ice house, summer kitchen, smokehouse and spring house, or water supply.
Haag said Kohler recently bought the property, which includes a home and outbuildings.
As typical of many farms, there are several outbuildings.
The cheapest solution, though, starts at around $5,000, and (if outbuildings are being damaged) can quickly rise to $25,000 and beyond, not least because of the length of time required for effective eradication.
The outbuildings could be used for studio space or classes.
Most homeowner policies have separate limits for their primary structure, outbuildings, contents and additional living expense.
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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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