cloakroom


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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 has an entrance porch, hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility and cloakroom.
AGENT: Brian Holt PRICE: PS875,000 (no chain) KEY FEATURES: Two cloakrooms Three reception rooms Study Fitted dining kitchen Utility room Six bedrooms Two en-suite shower rooms Large family bathroom Double garage and gardens
The ground floor has a lounge with doors to the dining room, study, breakfasting kitchen, utility and cloakroom.
AGENT: Merrick Binch PRICE: pounds 1,395,000 KEY FEATURES: Two cloakrooms Sitting room and lounge Dining room and study Refitted dining kitchen Utility room Six bedrooms Three en-suites Family shower room Double garage Self-contained apartment
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.
AGENT: Newman PRICE: Offers over pounds 549,950 KEY FEATURES: New detached house Spacious lounge Second reception room Fitted kitchen/diner Utility room & cloakroom Five bedrooms Two en-suites Family bathroom Double garage Attractive rear garden
AGENT: Shortland Horne PRICE: pounds 285,000 KEY FEATURES: Cloakroom Sitting room Dining room Conservatory Breakfast kitchen/utility Four bedrooms En-suite shower room Family bathroom Integral garage Neat gardens
The Wynd, in the fishing port of Amble, features a hallway, study, cloakroom and dining/family room with French doors leading to a rear patio area.
AGENT: Newman PRICE: pounds 315,000 KEY FEATURES: Detached house Downstairs cloakroom Lounge Conservatory Fitted kitchen/diner Four bedrooms En-suite facilities Family bathroom Integral garage Lawned gardens