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bay window

An arrangement of three or more windows that project outward from the exterior wall.

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Right, the impressive bay window and (top) the mezzanine level
A sitting room has a leaded bay window to the back, feature brick fireplace and timber mantle and more decorative beams.
The Faringdon, also a three-bedroom house, features a dual aspect lounge with French doors to the back garden, a fully fitted kitchen and a separate dining room with feature bay window.
Upstairs, there is a family bathroom and four bedrooms, of which bedroom one has a bay window, fitted wardrobe and an en-ssuite shower room with a stylish, modern suite.
Additionally this floor includes an oversized kitchen and dining area, breakfast nook with east facing bay window, a guest room and a guest bath.
Architect Enrique Miralles wanted every MSP to have a bay window with a built-in seat where they could sit and think.
The living room has a deep bay window which enhances natural light.
Photo: White-painted lattice cabinet echoes bay window, sits between columnar junipers
We have a bay window and the sill is in five pieces.
A dining room features a bay window to the front and door leading into the kitchen diner which has tiled flooring , fitted units with roll top surfaces, double Belfast style sink and space for a range cooker, an American style fridge freezer, integral dishwasher and washing machine.
It briefly comprises an entrance hall, ground-floor cloakroom, sitting room with tiled fireplace and bay window, dining room also with bay window, kitchen and study with shelving.