window lead

window lead

A slender bar or rod of lead, cast with grooves to receive the glass in a window.
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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 bay window leads out to a railed balcony that looks out over the garden.
Offers A staircase with stained glass window leads to the first floor
A front door with stained glass window leads into a fine hallway with spindle staircase and patterned encaustic floor tiles.
An arched window leads to a small home office, while French doors lead to the conservatory.
Upstairs, a landing with feature window leads to a family bathroom fitted with a white suite and heated towel rail, and four bedrooms - all of which enjoy built-in wardrobes.
A gallery landing with stained glass leaded light window leads to the five bedrooms on the first floor.
A generous stairway which is lit by an arched window leads up to the first floor.
A door with a pretty stained glass window leads from this room through to the kitchen.
A landing with stained-glass window leads to two store rooms.
A beautiful Victorian staircase with stained glass window leads to the first floor where there are four large bedrooms, two with en suite facilities.
A leaded and stained glass window leads into the lounge with its original style door and living flame gas fire - there's a sense of welcome in this property.