What is the difference between Cellar and lower ground floor?
Asked by hitler, 19 Jan '09 09:43 pm
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Cellar is lower most part but Lower ground floor came in to picture generally in Retail or markets when GF roof height is restricted then they make it 4 to 5 feet below Ground Floor. In this way we have two retail space at Ground levelsAnswered by rajgaddar, 20 Jan '09 11:45 am
CELLAR is - basement, the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level. Lower ground floor is - structure built just above ground level.Answered by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 19 Jan '09 09:57 pm
Cellar is the room under the ground floor.Answered by jakir hussain, 19 Jan '09 09:45 pm
Cellar is even below the lower ground floor..i think..Answered by Kiran Kumar, 19 Jan '09 09:44 pm