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cloakroom

1. A room for the deposit or checking of outer clothing.
2. A small lounge outside a legislative chamber where coats may be hung.
3. A room for checking packages or baggage, as in a theater, railway station, or airport.
4. (Brit.) A washroom and toilet.
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It is situated with immediate access to the coast and includes an entrance hall, sitting room, impressive Shaker-style breakfasting kitchen, sun room overlooking a courtyard, utility, room plant room, cloakroom, three bedrooms, all of them with en suite facilities.
The average size of a cloakroom in most homes is approximately 2m x 1m so the size and shape of furniture is really important to ensure space and style are maximised.
Two examples of the Finchley are also available - semidetached at pounds 75,950 and detached at pounds 82,995 - both having a lounge with connecting dining room, a breakfasting kitchen, cloakroom and a single garage.
TYPE: Three-bedroom three-storey semidetached house RENTAL: PS895 pcm AGENT: Loveitts TELEPHONE: 024 7622 8111 KEY FEATURES: Available now Unfurnished Two fitted cloakrooms Lounge & dining room Fitted kitchen Utility room Three double bedrooms En-suite shower room Family bathroom Integral garage
The property includes an open-lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen, utility and cloakroom. Upstairs there a bathroom, three bedrooms and area.
A fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a utility room and a second cloakroom complete the ground floor layout.
An inner hallway leads to a further cloakroom and a study with a fitted desk unit.
Downstairs it has a hallway, a cloakroom with toilet and wash basin, a fitted dining kitchen with oven, hob and extractor, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and French doors to the garden.
The school now has a bright new entrance hall, redesigned cloakroom and an office for the headteacher.