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  • Knight Frank The house comes with a double garage, granary studio, three stables and an open-fronted barn, as well as woodland and lawns.

    English Forest Home

  • That's when the candles start twinkling in the canopy of ferns and you'll be met by a night-time soundtrack of trilling crickets, cascading waterfalls and the low hum of voices from the open-fronted restaurant.

    South America: Perfect posadas

  • One of his favorite spots for drawing at his five-acre compound is a long zinc table in an open-fronted pool house shaded by a corrugated metal roof.

    A Rustic Architect to the Stars

  • A young Asian man was standing behind the counter of the open-fronted shop.

    Gideon’s war

  • Lapland, travelling on horseback, and sleeping on reindeer skins in the traditional open-fronted Finnish laavu.

    Michelle Paver - An interview with author

  • These open-fronted shophouses note the well-preserved colonial-era buildings from No. 41 to No. 61 are crammed with medicinal ingredients, cure-alls for most ailments.

    City Walk: Ho Chi Minh City

  • It was an open-fronted building with a courtyard on the square filled with straw chairs arranged under the trees.

    THE PROMISED WAR

  • A rope strung along waist-high posts would keep anyone from going too close to the things displayed on stands and in open-fronted cabinets.

    Robert Jordan, Wheel of Time 4: The Shadow Rising (1992)

  • Next to the bales in the open-fronted barn sheafs of reed are stacked fifteen feet high, end out.

    Wildwood

  • He was sitting in his lawn chair again, drinking coffee in the large, open-fronted doorway of the shop.

    The Dadlands Saloon

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