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Belfast sink

A plumbing fixture consisting of a deep-sided basin, often made of stoneware, with a water supply and drain.
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until a fly-tipping landowner dumped thousands of Belfast sinks on it.
The impressive kitchen/ breakfast room is a particular feature of the property and comprises a comprehensive range of units, black granite work surfaces, twin Belfast sinks and an Aga set into a tiled fireplace recess.
Kitchens have distressed paint and Belfast sinks with curtains beneath, concealing a white enamel bucket.
Double Flaminia basins look like Belfast sinks for beautiful people and the "wet room" shower area is unfettered by restrictive walls and doors.
MFI sell deep ceramic Belfast sinks for the traditional country-look, but some of the latest cast materials have all the "feel" of the real thing, coupled with today's easy-clean features.
It has a fitted kitchen with white Aga, utility room with twin Belfast sinks, a conservatory, two garages and outbuildings and oil-fired central heating.
The kitchen/breakfast room is comprehensively fitted with a range of cream wall and floor units, granite work surfaces, twin Belfast sinks, an Aga set into a feature fireplace recess, integrated appliances, a breakfast bar and French doors to the outside terrace.
Also on the ground floor is an L-shaped breakfasting kitchen with Rayburn and double Belfast sinks, rear porch and utility room.

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