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bay window

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

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The second showhome, the four-bedroom Auden, comes with a spacious lounge area with bay window, French doors to the back garden, an en suite to the master bedroom and a dressing area.
Leicestershire oak flooring continues through to the family room with a large bay window seat perfectly positioned to make the most of the views across the gardens.
Its bay windows, though facing south, captured the cool breezes off the ocean.
The living room has a deep bay window which enhances natural light.
Bay windows are like a nose sticking out of a scarf on a wintry day--they get cold easily.
Features include entrance vestibule, hallway, staircase with a beautiful banister, oak floors, cloakroom, a sitting room with two feature arch windows, slate hearth, ceiling cornicing and picture rail, dining room with bay window and white wood oak flooring, breakfasting kitchen and family shower room.
In the dining room there is original wooden flooring, stone fireplace with stone back, hearth and inset flame effect gas fire, ceiling beams and deep leaded light bay window with French doors to the back garden.
THIEVES have been stripping lead from roofs and the bay windows of older homes around a Birmingham suburb, as well as targeting a community centre.
The area has become a prime target for thieves who have show brazen contempt for their victims by climbing on to roofs and bay windows to strip the lead off.
The property is set in the heart of Formby' The drawing room has impressive bay windows
5 bath house will have front and rear bay windows on each floor as well as a two-story living room and gallery space with marble fireplace and a sweeping curved staircase.
The other is that developers have found that there is a great public demand for traditional devices such as planters, bay windows and shading ledges.