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A byre-dwelling ("byre"+ "dwelling") or Wohnstallhaus (German term: [wohnung, dwelling] + [stall, barn, sty] + [haus, house ]) is a farmhouse in which the living quarters are combined with the livestock and/or grain barn under the same roof.
- Harry Leonard Sawatzky, "They Sought a Country: Mennonite Colonization in Mexico. With an Appendix on Mennonite Colonization in British Honduras", 1971, ISBN 0520017048, p. 272
- "Architecture, Modernity, and Preservation: The Tower House of Sana'a, Yemen"