inglenook

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chimney corner, inglenook, roofed ingle

An area adjacent to the hearth, usually provided with seating.

inglenook

A fireplace hearth in a corner of a room; often provided with seating; same as chimney corner.
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A cosy snug has yet more beams to the ceiling, a wood burner set on a tiled hearth in a brick inglenook with oak beam over, with access to the barbecue area and patio.
Two examples capture the feeling of an old-fashioned inglenook without copying any particular early design.
Photo: Glass backdrop brings garden indoors, giving Los Angeles inglenook a leafy look
There is a big cellar with good head height and a dog leg staircase to the first floor: a vast main bedroom with panelling and shower room; sitting room, also beamed; two more bedrooms, one with another sandstone inglenook and full panelling; shower room and bathroom.
Right is the private inner courtyard in the middle of the U-shaped building and below right one of the main reception rooms, features including an inglenook and period panelling
It has a drawing room with inglenook fireplace, French windows to a private patio, dining room, study, family room, hall, flagged kitchen and two bedroom suites.
The 29ft lounge has more beams as well as an exposed stone Inglenook fireplace.
On top of all that, Inglenook is still a farm, and Steve Holmes uses 10 years of working with some of the leading people in the field to grow organic chamomile and lavender.