Bank barn

a barn built into the side of a hill or with earth banked around it, often a two-story barn thus having a ground-level entrance for each story.
Historical Examples

As we are not ready to put up a bank barn yet, I guess I shall have to go after the pest in some other way.
In Pastures Green Peter McArthur


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