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Fireplace

An opening at the base of a chimney, usually an open recess in a wall, in which a fire may be built.
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fireplace

An opening at the base of a chimney, usually an open recess in a wall, in which a fire may be built.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Grange Lodge in Grange Lane, Gateacre, has many original features including cast iron and sandstone fire places, York stone and tiled flooring, cast iron antique radiators and sandstone mullioned windows.
The Fire Place raised money for Stokesley Play Park that has been built in the town by selling bracelets and necklaces as well as opening a tuck shop on the day the Wheels Bowl opened.
It also has a feature fire surround and tiled hearth with open fire place and picture rail.
The dining room boasts a feature black marble fire place with a wooden surround and a bay window.
The offenders prised five fire places from the walls in the hotel destroyed two of them in the process.
But as schemes such as The Fire Place have shown, if you provide a youth support service, such incidents are reduced.
The Fire Place Factory Outlet is a family-run firm established by local brothers Alan and Tony Kettell in 1986.
The Fire Place is the only voluntary-run youth club in Stokesley and is based at the community room at Stokesley fire station.
These include a lounge with bay window to front, coving to ceiling, ceiling rose and period cast iron fire place with living flame gas fire.
The property includes well maintained beautiful gardens, greenery and nice covered terrace with a fire place.
The first reception room has a feature fire place with cast iron effect gas fire and oak effect surround, there is more deep cornicing, wood effect flooring and original style stripped wooden doors.
This imposing home boasts an impressive cut stone fire place and large balcony views of the Rathcoffey Castle at the back.