In the days of the horse and carriage, the carriage preferably was parked indoors. The coach house was the appropriate place for it. In the coach house they also kept the harnesses that were necessary for the horses. This was separated from the stable, because carriages and harnesses had to remain clean.
This particular coach house also had a bakery in the back. Baking bread, but also drying and smoking sausages was done at home.
This carriage house has brickwork in cross connection. The large wooden doors at the front were intended for the carriage. On the side are two smaller doors. The first for the coach house and the second door is for the bakery. The small doors at the rear were used for the heating material.
The carriage house has a hipped roof with a front cornice and of course a chimney for the bakery.