half landing

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halfpace, half-space landing

A stair landing at the junction of two flights which reverses the direction of horizontal progress, making a turn of 180°. Such a landing extends the width of both flights plus the well.
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From the reception hall, a pitched pine staircase rises to a half landing, with an arched door to a fitted cloakroom, before continuing to the first floor landing, with views towards the river and distant woodland.
One the second floor from the half landing is bedrooms four and five; and from the second floor landing bedrooms six and seven.
The half landing has a door to a storage area and there are sealed-off stairs to the adjoining cottage.
Visitors to this new courtroom must climb 17 steps (passing a sort of monumental pod on the half landing when pausing for breath).
From the hall, a staircase leads to the half landing, where a door and floor to ceiling picture window lead outside to wide decked steps down to the rear terrace and garden.
A staircase rises from the dining room to a half landing, which gives access to two bedrooms, one of which has a walk-in wardrobe that could be converted into an en-suite shower room.
The first floor contains two double en suite bedrooms, a separate toilet and private bathroom while a half landing leads to a single bedroom and a shower room.
The half landing has a wc and a bathroom, while upstairs includes four bedrooms, a WC and shower room.
From the half landing, a door opens to the conservatory.
Entry is through a solid wooden door into a bright and airy hallway with a large stained glass window at the half landing.
To the first floor, off a half landing, is bedroom one and a wet/shower room.