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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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 butler's pantry has a range of glass-fronted units with base drawers and cabinets, a belfast sink and terrazzo tiled flooring.
Alongside the kitchen, which forms part of an extension, there is a butler's pantry and a shower room completes the floor.
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.
5m Special features: More than 170 years of timeless style, 10 acres of parkland, original architectural features and a butler's pantry Fancy it?
The 18th century three-storey Georgian house comes complete with 13 bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a butler's pantry and a nursery - perfect as Ayda is already rumoured to be feeling broody.
What's the deal: Although the decor in this house is modern,there is still a wealth of traditional period features including leaded windows and even an original butler's pantry.
A butler's pantry was also added during the renovation.
The homeowners wanted a larger kitchen, a larger dining room, a butler's pantry and a dedicated "communication hub"--all without adding on.
Those are stored in a butler's pantry off the formal dining room.