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9 Bedroom House Plans

9 bedroom house plans

    house plans

  • The principal information provided in set of house drawings are as follows: * Site plans are drawn to show the location of a home on the property in its context. It is an overhead view of the construction site and the home as it sits in reference to the boundaries of the lot.

    bedroom

  • A room for sleeping in
  • Relating to sexual relations
  • (Bedrooms (film)) Bedrooms is a 2010 drama film directed and written by Youssef Delara. Starring Julie Benz , Moon Bloodgood, Sarah Clarke, Xander Berkeley, Dee Wallace and Barry Bostwick. It premieres August 20th 2010 at the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival 2010 .
  • a room used primarily for sleeping
  • A bedroom is a private room where people usually sleep for the night or relax during the day.
  • Denoting a small town or suburb whose residents travel to work in a nearby city

    9

  • nine: denoting a quantity consisting of one more than eight and one less than ten
  • In mathematics, the repeating decimal 0.999 which may also be written as 0.9, 0.9? or 0.(9), denotes a real number that can be shown to be the number one. In other words, the symbols 0.999 and 1 represent the same number.
  • nine: the cardinal number that is the sum of eight and one

9 bedroom house plans – 'House Plan

'House Plan 9' Wall Decal – 36"W x 27"H Removable Graphic
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Haunted Spyhouse (Seabrook Wilson House)

Haunted Spyhouse (Seabrook Wilson House)
I just took this tonight (Camera handheld and no flash, taken around 9:00 PM) July the 4TH, while the fireworks were kicking and everyone was looking the other way (you can see some people at the end of a pier looking at the fireworks in the opposite direction, right side of the photo), I decided to turn the camera the other way. It was a nice balmy night, though it got a little chilly later. The Moon was vivid but hazy as it basked the waters through the night.
Seabrook Wilson House, also called the Haunted Spyhouse notorious for it’s ghostly sightings is visible in the center of this photo….

All of the following text was taken from Psychic Jane Doherty’s website:

Spy House Museum…
PORT MONMOUTH, NJ-The most haunted house along the Jersey shore is the Spy House Museum, built around 1663 by Thomas Whitlock in Port Monmouth, New Jersey.The house is considered to be the first house built on the Jersey shoreline.

Spy House Museum – 1992
The house is probably haunted because of its physical age as well as its colorful and violent history. The haunted structure is a three story wooden house that has been steadily renovated throughout the centuries. The Spy House’s colorful past spans three centuries and has been a private home, an inn, a Revolutionary War gathering place for both the British military and the colonists,a pirate’s hangout, an occasional bordello and also a museum. During the American Revolution the private home was converted into an inn by the widow Seabrook to protect it from being burned or destroyed by the British. The house’s nickname was appropriately earned during the Revolutionary War. The Colonial spies watched the British leave their ships to come to the inn for supper and then they would attack the undermanned ships anchored in the harbor.

The Spy House was on the brink of being torn down, when a retired concert singer, Gertrude Neidlinger and her brother saved it. With her exuberance and pride in the history of the Shoal Harbor area Gertrude created a hands-on museum in the late 1960’s. For years, school children and groups of people enjoyed the museum along with the various outdoor activities that were offered there. In October 1990, Jane Doherty started ghost tours at the museum to educate people about the other side and to help generate revenue for the Spy House. The ghost tour’s became so popular that more tours were added each year to accommodate the crowds, but tours were still sold out. On the brink of national fame the Spy House was featured in two nationally distributed books, the television show Sightings, and had just been named in U.S. News & World Reports as one of the three most haunted houses in America, when the board of trustees evicted the curator and founder of the museum, Gertrude Neidlinger.

The board then stopped the ghost tours, changed the furniture, filled-in the original cellar with dirt and shortened the museum hours to weekends because of lack of funds. The controversy ensued from 1993 until a few days before Gertrude’s death. The Spy House museum was a haunted dwelling that people from all over the United States visited and enjoyed each year. Although no one can enjoy the museum as it use to be, the lingering memories, stories and experiences will always be remembered. Jane Doherty first visited the Spy House while filming a television show on the paranormal.

She was there to psychically investigate the Spy House for ghost activity under the watchful eye of Bill Roller, the skeptical host of a public interest program called In Your Interest on the Home Network Shopping Channel. Although the T.V. crew did not visually encounter any ghosts in the Spy House, Jane’s mother,experienced a ghostly sighting outside the house. Jane’s mom described a woman staring out to sea who didn’t move the whole time. The woman was dressed in clothes that Jane’s mother had not seen in this life. The woman wore along black skirt with a red blouse with billowy sleeves. Her hair was tied back with a big black bow and she wore a bonnet on her head that was tied under her chin.

After describing the experience to the curator of the museum, Gertrude informed Jane that was the spirit of Abigail who has been seen staring out to sea on numerous occasions. During the investigation Jane determined the presence of several spirits. In the downstairs room in the original section of the house there was a spirit who routinely walked from the fireplace to another section of the room seemingly tending to her chores. The woman spirit dressed in colonial garb was part of the haunting phenomenon. She just kept doing her earthly chores oblivious to her new spirit condition. Someone standing in her path could sometimes feel a chill as the colonial woman walked in her path.

However the spirit from the colonial time period would never know you were in her way, because she did not have a consciousness. She was caught in the other dimension redoing repetitively what she last did be

Dorset House: Melcombe Street

Dorset House: Melcombe Street
Dorset House is huge, it takes up an entire block running from Melcombe Street to Maeylebone Road and Glentworth Street to Gloucester Place. Built in 1934-5 the architects were T P Bennett and Son, consulting architect Joseph Emberton.
Grade II listed Block of 185 flats above underground parking garage, ground floor filling station, restaurant and 16 shops. 1934-5, architects T P Bennett and Son, consulting architect Joseph Emberton, with reliefs by Eric Gill, developer Claude Leigh. Brown brick, Flemish bond with stone dressings, wrought iron balustrades and brick and stone balcony fronts; asphalt flat roofs on concrete slabs, brick chimneys. The building occupies a complete street block, with full site coverage on ground floor, apart from shallow entrance courtyard from Gloucester Place. Entrance to filling station on corner of Gloucester Place and Marylebone Road; entrances to underground parking garage from Marylebone Road and Glentworth Street. Remainder of perimeter occupied by shops and restaurant. 2 storey basement, and 10 storeys above, top 2 stepped back from street frontage. The main entrance to the flats leads through a vestibule, into a porter’s office, into a broad, shallow foyer with apsidal ends, from which open out the twin circular front lift halls, while broad corridors lead to the twin circular rear lift halls. The 4 circulation cores open on to central spine corridors leading to individual flats on each level. There are also tenants’ access stairs front and rear. The service entrances open from the left and right inner corners of the entrance courtyard, with spine corridors serving trunk rooms, banks of maids’ bedrooms, and leading to the independent service stairs and lifts, which gave access to the kitchen entrances of each flat. The central area of the ground floor was reserved for a restaurant, given access from the foyer, but now served from the Glentworth Street frontage. The upper floors are planned as a series of linked T’ and L’ blocks, with their tails pointing streetwards, ranged around a broad court, open to Gloucester Place above the entrance. 1,2 and 3 bedroom flats were provided, those on the first floor having access to roof terraces, and those on the 8th and 9th floor set back behind sundecks.

Steel-framed structure, concrete floors, Moderne style facades. Ground floor podium has shopfronts of no distinction, below artificial stone fascia and cornice band. Sweeping concave curve to petrol filling station on corner of Gloucester Place and Marylebone Road emphasised by channelled rustication and bold overhanging canopy-cornice of first floor. Similar treatment to first floors of flats, with a continuous projecting balcony running around the perimeter at second floor level. External cladding of second floor and above predominantly brick, with vertical emphasis given by ribbed treatment on the immediate flanks of the projecting block ends. Purpose-designed Crittall horizontal bar metal windows throughout, many full length French windows. Twin canted bays either side of a roll-moulded artificial stone panel running from second to seventh floors, with the rolls taken across the third floor balcony. Iron balcony fronts with curved ends to all major rooms, with horizontal bars as in ships railings; brick balcony fronts to recessed facades between projections. Full length slit windows from first to ninth floors mark service stairs, rear access stairs have canted bay windows of similar height. Roofs have moulded artificial stone copings to parapets.

Entrance from Gloucester Place recessed beneath canopy, now insensitively altered, but originally with moulded banded fascia and curved corners. Stone panels either side carved by Eric Gill. Interior of foyer retains coved ceilings, and cased beams. Raised curved apsidal ends lead to circular lift halls, which have ribbed walls and circular-stepped ceilings. Tenants’ stairs have terrazzo treads with mosaic inserts, terrazzo strings and iron railings with Art Deco detailing. Service stairs of simplified design, with concrete finish and utilitarian ships railings. Interiors of most flats comprehensively refurbished, with renewal of kitchen and bathroom fittings, but coved ceilings survive, with some original fire surrounds. Due to extent of alterations interiors of flats not of special interest.
Dorset House is one of the most impressive Moderne style complexes of flats built in central London. British Listed Buidlings
Grade II listed Dorset House is one of the most impressive Moderne style complexes of flats built in central London. The practical skills of T P Bennett and Son ensured that the intricacies of separating service areas from tenants’ corridors and public rooms was solved, and the design contribution of Joseph Emberton to the public areas raised the aesthetic quality well above the norms of most contemporary commercial developments. The Times’ obit for Bennett, 31/01/80 recorded his ability to assess the potential

9 bedroom house plans

'Floor Plan Design' Wall Decal - 18"W x 9"H Removable Graphic
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WallMonkeys are intended for indoor use only.
Printed on-demand in the United States Your order will ship within 3 business days, often sooner. Some orders require the full 3 days to allow dark colors and inks to fully dry prior to shipping. Quality is worth waiting an extra day for!
Removable and will not leave a mark on your walls.
‘Fotolia’ trademark will be removed when printed.
Our catalog of over 10 million images is perfect for virtually any use: school projects, trade shows, teachers classrooms, colleges, nurseries, college dorms, event planners, and corporations of all size.