braced door

framed door

Any door having a rigid frame made up of a top rail, lock (center) rail, bottom rail, hanging stile, and lock stile.
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A braced door leads to the living room with a high pitched and beamed ceiling, recessed natural stone fireplace opening with solid oak lintel, flagstone hearth and Stovax multi-fuel fire, polished floorboards with doubleglazed windows to the garden, driveway and parking area, and a stable door leads to the study.
A ledged and braced door opens to the timber framed porch.
Traditional features include fireplaces and deep recess window seats as well as timber board and braced doors.
These include braced doors, exposed timber beams and original fireplace recesses, now fitted with a log burner or, in the case of the dining room, a characterful cast iron range on a tiled hearth.
A BOLTON & Paul Joinery (0800 1382506) makes 2ft 6in ledged and braced doors for around pounds 100 that would suit an old cottage.
Character details feature throughout the house including exposed ceiling beams plus ledged and braced doors, enhancing its warm homely ambience.
Set within a landscaped courtyard, which has been designed using original materials and planted with trees and shrubs,each property has its own large garage/storage facility with traditional- style ledged and braced doors.
"There are lovely views over adjacent farmland and the property has a variety of attractive features throughout, including a wealth of exposed timbers and timber ledged and braced doors.
Inside it has ?ne period features including exposed ceiling and wall beams, partial stone walling and a mixture of panelled plus ledged and braced doors (some stripped).
It is brick built with a tiled roof, and boasts wonderful character features inside such as beamed ceilings and oak ledged and braced doors.