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French door

A door having a top rail, bottom rail, and stiles, which has glass panes throughout its entire length; often used in pairs. See also: Dutch door

French door, casement door, door window

A door having a top rail, bottom rail, and stiles, which has glass panes throughout (or nearly throughout) its entire length; often used in pairs.
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The majority of manufacturers now offer both in-swinging and out-swinging French doors.
Also, French doors open off the kitchen/breakfast area and the formal dining room.
The ballroom has 12-foot ceilings and French doors.
There is a modern fitted dining kitchen with centre island and French doors to the back garden.
There is a second lounge, which also has French doors to the rear, as well as a ground floor wc and a dining room which is open to a stylish, fitted kitchen.
The house position and design very much focus on the impressive views, with french doors from all the principal rooms allowing the house and gardens to become one and maximise the beautiful views.
Accommodation includes: entrance hall, living room with French doors to the garden, sitting room, open-plan kitchen/dining room with French doors, utility room and shower room on the ground floor.
A brick-built fireplace fitted with a gas fire is the focal point in the lounge, while French doors lead to the garden.
The ground floor features a kitchen, a lounge with dining area and French doors leading to rear garden.
On the ground floor is a hall, a good sized lounge with fireplace, an elegant dining room which has French doors leading to a patio area, and a morning room which has a decorative fireplace.
The standout is the south and west-facing conservatory decorated with stone arches,curved glazed windows and a high glass roof with French doors to the garden.