Sorry, no definitions found.
“Today, sitting in his three-storey building off Aurobindo Marg in Delhi, Dhingra says his site has grown to 10 times over the last six months and expects to be doing monthly sales of Rs. 25 crore by December this year.”
“They've found it now, she confirms, a proud three-storey redbrick, which they moved into just 10 weeks previously.”
“Nude "It was in a really bad state," said Natasha Usher, of interior-design firm Nude, who was hired to design and decorate the 2,500-square-foot, three-storey building, which she said was more than 50 years old.”
“Micheline and Didi are fox cubs who live with their parents, Monsieur et Madame Renard, in a comfortable, middle-class, three-storey tree-house with hammock.”
“Not far from Everest, tucked into the mountains at about 5,050m, near the village of Lobuche, there's a three-storey glass pyramid that looks like it belongs on the set of an Austin Powers movie.”
“It occupies two floors of a Grade II-listed, three-storey building, whose original floorboards and wooden panels lend the 20-year-old bookshop a distinctive elegance.”
“Housed in a three-storey Tudor building, all exposed stone walls and inviting nooks, the Hours is a bijou shop stocking just 1,000 covetable titles fiction, art, poetry, crime, children's titles, walking guides and local interest in an environment to invite lingering.”
“The Music Room itself is an attention-grabber: the interior has been cleanly decluttered by the Steels, but retains its three-storey Victorian elaborate facade.”
“It's only when a three-storey bread trolley materialises at my side without a sound that I realise: everything around me is on wheels.”
“Coming from Geordieland as you did, you could not believe that the three-storey townhouse my parents had in Hemel Hempstead was really a council house.”
‘three-storey’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for three-storey.