sun room

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A sunny room with more glass than usual, esp. one used for therapy.
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Which room in the house has the biggest wow factor: "The kitchen and breakfast area with sun room, it offers a really nice view of the rear garden.
The area is used for a variety of functions, be it play area, kitchen, sun room, home office, and flooring provides the unifying factor.
The sun room with bay window is the perfect spot to curl up and for more formal entertaining, there is also the large and comfortable sitting room.
There are recessed shelves, a beamed ceiling, deep-silled windows and a fully-glazed door that leads into the sun room (19ft 6in by 11ft 7in).
At the front of the house is a crescent shaped lawn and sweeping double entrance driveway which travels down the side of the house to the detached garage The large back garden is walled on three sides and can be accessed via the sun room.
It has an unusual tiled floor and under floor heating, also a feature of the kitchen diner and sun room.
The fabulous sun room The superb kitchen has top of the range appliances The magnificent staircase and hallway The property resembles a Mediterranean villa
The charming living room features solid cherry wood timber floor, a large bay window and double doors leading to the sun room.
An irresponsible sort who's building a sun room onto Bobby's town home, the kinda married Darren spends a lot of time not working while everybody else is .
These include the verandah, car port, terrace and sun room, and transition from interior to outside is always through such an intermediate space.
The sun room is adjacent to the tour de force family room, decorated in safari motif and complete with fireplace, retractable media screen and wet bar.
A four-bedroom home with a 26-foot cathedral ceiling, a two-story loft/game room, separate baths for all four bedrooms, a sun room, and a two-slip boathouse.