Recently, I did a post about how pretty much everything I knew about the 1894 carriage was wrong.
In the above image pretty much the only thing original to the structure is the turret. ALL the others windows and dormers and door are, almost certainly, later additions.
But why a turret rather than tower? (A turret is something which projects. A tower starts at ground level.) I surmised, based on some very grainy photographic evidence, that a sliding barn door was under the turret.
So, look at the above above. Visually delete all the dormers. Thus, you will see a big roof with only a turret. OK? Now, delete the first-floor windows. Add a big sliding barn door under the turret, with the track going off to the right. OK?
You should now “see” a one-story structure with a big roof punctured by a turret. Right?
Wanna see a photograph of kinda sorta what is in your mind?
Scroll way down. You are gonna be really excited.