butler's pantry


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butler’s pantry

A small service room, situated between a kitchen and dining room, usually equipped with a sink and cupboards, a small stove, and often with a supplementary refrigerator and appliances.
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A cloakroom, utility room and a butler's pantry are at the rear of the staircase, opposite the kitchen.
On the ground floor it has a reception hall, drawing room, library with butler's pantry, dining room, morning room, cloakroom, laundry room, study, kitchen, butler's kitchen and boot room, cloakroom, flower room, orangery with keeping cellars, and a side entrance hall.
The fabulous dining room is home to a second mahogany fireplace, with carved pelmet and decorations as well as a secret door to the butler's pantry - this room would provide the perfect backdrop for hosting grand and fantastic dinner parties.
The main kitchen is one floor below the dining room and food is carried by dumbwaiter to the butler's pantry off the dining room.
For serving ease, a butler's pantry connects to the formal dining room.
An original butler's bell call system and butler's pantry add to the authentic Edwardian feel.
Richard Nix Jr, owner of Butler's Pantry, which operates Bixby's Restaurant, said, 'To be mentioned alongside professional museums across the country is wonderful.
The residences also features its own private entrance and dedicated lift and features a separate living area, study, kitchenette, common lounge area, a walk-in closet, butler's pantry, rain showers and oversized free-standing terrazzo bathtubs with panoramic views of the mangroves and an entertainment system spanning two floors.
The accommodation even includes a butler's pantry for staff.
The house has 10-foot-high ceilings, two fireplaces, a library, a solarium, a butler's pantry and a wine room - and his-and-her bathrooms in the master suite.
Other ground floor rooms include a utility room, gardener's quarters, cold room and butler's pantry.