Coved ceiling


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Coved ceiling

A ceiling having a cove at the wall line or elsewhere.
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coved ceiling

cove ceiling
A ceiling having a cove at its intersection with the wall.
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Reception room two has French doors opening to the back garden, coved ceiling, exposed wooden floor boards and a recess to the chimney breast with tiled hearth.
Plenty of character in the original features on the ground floor ensure the Victorian charm of the home isn't forgotten, with period tiled flooring and a feature coved ceiling in the entrance hallway, feature sash bay windows in the lounge, dining room and sitting room, and a period "Adam style" fireplace with a slate hearth in the sitting room all offering unique aspects to the home.
The property is very well presented and briefly comprises entrance hall with a beautiful ceramic tiled floor; rear lounge with ceramic tiled floor, coved ceiling and electric fire with contemporary surround; dining room; lounge, which is currently utilised as an office; an impressive kitchen with a range of units, a five burner gas hob and a built-in electric oven; a handy WC completes the ground-floor accommodation.
Attractive features here include a dado rail, two wall light points, coved ceiling cornice and ceiling spot lights.
Inside is a vestibule with coved ceiling and door with inset stained glass panel and a reception hallway with cornicing to the ceiling, feature archway, understairs storage and laminate wood effect flooring.
The family room has a coved ceiling, the sun room has attractive patio doors leading out to the gardens, and the fabulous kitchen is fully fitted with a range of designer units, granite work surfaces and integrated appliances.
The coved ceiling, surely the highest in Birmingham (best studied by lying on the floor), has been carefully restored from its previous state of collapse.
Downstairs in the house, there is a lounge with a coved ceiling, an extensively fitted kitchen with stainless steel oven, hob, canopy hood and an integrated dishwasher, a dining room and a study.
To the first floor there is the master bedroom with an original stained glass lead window front facing and coved ceiling. Bedrooms two and three both have double glazed lead windows.
Here there is a coved ceiling cornice and an oak-style fireplace with an inset electric fire.
The dining area has a tiled floor, coved ceiling and double glazed door to the rear garden and opening to the living area which has fitted carpet, gas living flame fire with wooden surround and marble hearth and double glazed window to the front.
The dormer bungalow has an entrance hall to reception hall with oak flooring, leading to a lounge with feature fireplace and coved ceiling.