casement door

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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 full height casement doors let the outside in and the sitting and dining room area felt generous.
There is a beamed sitting room with casement doors, good farmhouse kitchen with Aga and appliances, and a drawing room, more than 18ft by 16ft with fireplace in cut stone.
Additional useful living space is found in the family room, which has a deep bow window overlooking the rear gardens, casement doors opening onto the gardens, and extra side window, recessed lighting and coving.
Behind is a further showroom where double casement doors lead to a small loggia and in turn the courtyard garden.
New Town Croft is Grade ll listed, brick-built with a variety of pretty multi-paned windows including bays and sashes with echoing casement doors to the large orangery, or garden room.
The space known as the Long Hall gives views through casement doors to the lawned gardens and swimming pool area with doors off to ground floor bedroom space, two beamed bedrooms and a fitted out office or sixth bedroom, supplied with storage, worktop and central desk.
The drawing room looks two ways with southerly views over the gardens to the church and casement doors to the terrace.
Casement doors with shutters lead from here to the gardens and there ample room for seating plus access to an area of storage.
There is a further sitting room with full height china display cabinets and a large conservatory with tiled floor, picture windows, casement doors to the garden and clear views over the gardens to the adjacent countryside.