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An entrance passage. Also see entry.
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I walked toward the mudroom, getting as far as the doorway before
The court concluded that the mudroom, hallway, in-law apartment, and plumbing did not assist with propulsion, and, accordingly, their value must be included in the property's assessment.
A similarly styled hideaway door separates the laundry room from the newly reconfigured mudroom, which connects the kitchen to the backyard.
5 bath home offers an open floor plan with a wood burning fireplace, hobby room with private bath, private den, sunroom and mudroom.
The ground floor is accessible from either a front cellar door with vestibule, or from the rear parking spot, and hosts a large open floor plan, floor-to-ceiling windows, a guest bathroom and a mudroom.
The show will feature the journey of the family over 16 episodes as they work with THIS OLD HOUSE to restore the traditional Victoria aesthetics, rebuild the former grand front porch, update the kitchen, create a mudroom and convert two bedrooms into a master suite.
This bench, above, sits in the enclosed porch, which acts as a mudroom.
If space permits, consider a full-sized mudroom with a durable flooring material, such as stone or ceramic; open shelves with baskets assigned to each family member; and plenty of hooks.
This family-living style floor plan, covering 13,717 square feet, incorporates two master suites, separate caretakers quarters, an island kitchen, a library and study, upstairs loft and game room, three additional bedrooms, mudroom, five full baths and several half baths.
She stepped into a mudroom at the same time she heard a dog's furious bark.
We built a specific place for everything from the peg boards in the barn for David's tools to the lockers in the mudroom for the boys' sports equipment," says De'Dee.