Belfast sink


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Belfast sink

A plumbing fixture consisting of a deep-sided basin, often made of stoneware, with a water supply and drain.
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Off the kitchen is a boot room which also has a Belfast sink, larder and access to the cellar and workshop.
She said: "When I moved here over 10 years ago the kitchen was the first thing I redesigned and the Belfast sink with spice drawers and the Rayburn oven were my kitchen essentials.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 21' 4" x 16' 0" (6.52m x 4.90m) Recently fitted classic style high and low level units, recess for gas range, Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge freezer, large island with composite worktop, breakfast area and access to rear.
There's also a Belfast sink and plumbing for a washing machine, as well as secondary access to the front of the property.
A utility room has French doors to the rear garden and fitted units with a Belfast sink and washing machine.
Oh, and Junkers-style counter tops and a Belfast sink set below...
This trendy square Belfast sink style unit will seem quite at home in older properties or if you have a larger bathroom .
And the double height breakfasting kitchen has exposed brick recess, granite work surfaces, Belfast sink, central island and double glazed French doors leading to the decking area.
We have an old beech worktop with a Belfast sink, which has these terrible black marks around the sink from water.
The kitchen area sits on the stone stepped firmer altar and has a five ring LPG range oven, integral dishwasher, fridge and freezer, and a Belfast sink.

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