Once occupied by the horses and buggies of more prosperous households, carriage houses — with their barn-like doors and lofty ceilings — have become prime targets for conversion. These examples from Texas to Rhode Island (pictured) demonstrate why. (For more information on any of these properties, contact the real estate agencies listed.)
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