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noun as in hacienda

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Finally ready for retirement, the couple built a farmhouse in central California.

The neighboring farmhouse has two three-bedroom units, perfect for a family or group of friends.

End an excellent day in the Hill Country with a farmhouse ale from the 100 percent philanthropic Save the World Brewing Co.

The survival of these farmhouses is so concerning that the World Monuments Fund has placed them on its watch list, while helping to raise funds for renovations, advocacy and owner support.

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Last week, the kids were on Easter holiday from school and we went and stayed at an old farmhouse in the middle of nowhere.

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A local Kurdish farmer later took me to a border spot near his farmhouse.

We stood on the rooftop of a derelict farmhouse meters away from a Turkish tank and a razor wire fence marking the end of Turkey.

My sister found it in the back of one of the farmhouse closets.

They are both in the study of my old farmhouse, in a room that has three nice sized windows, each with a lovely, bucolic view.

The $5 million property as described by the New York Times, has “rolling fields and a farmhouse once owned by a Vanderbilt.”

What might be of a disturbing nature in the old farmhouse could not, she thought, be as fearsome as the approaching tempest.

Just as Mr. Darwood drove around to the door with his sleigh Andy came back to the farmhouse.

The Darwood farmhouse set back from the road, among some cedar trees.

Here and there was a farmhouse or a country home on a slope, set in the midst of fields just turning green.

When Willy was two years old, he lived in a red farmhouse with a yard in front of it.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to farmhouse, such as: cattle ranch, mansion, plantation, ranch, and large house.

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