Below are some pictures of my chicken coop, it came with the house. It needs some serious work, but I was curious about the below grade floor, because I've never seen anything like it. When you open the door to the coop you have to step down about a foot. I've included some pictures that show the poured concrete around the edge of the walls, this is below the outside ground level. I'm not sure how deep that concrete goes, it is something we will have to investigate this spring. The coop approximately is 14 x 22 feet as measured from the outside. The inside of the North side is about 5 feet tall, while the inside of the South side (not the peek of the roof) is about 8 feet tall. I think it is a chicken coop anyway, based on the laying boxes and the large South facing windows. It might have been repurposed from something else?? It's old, maybe 50-80 years old, but it's still standing so we're going to see what we can do with it. Outside: Inside: If anybody has any information they can provide, I would be most appreciative. Thanks!