Drawing room


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Drawing room

A large formal space for entertaining.

drawing room

A formal reception room, usually in a prominent location of a large home, mansion, or manor house.
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The master bedroom is directly over the drawing room and has windows on two sides and therefore fantastic views over the open countryside.
We love the drawing room, which can be a peaceful sanctuary but also a lively, warm place to play board games and cards in the evening in front of the open fire.
The sitting room and bay-windowed drawing room are both bright and airy and brimming with features, while the frontfacing master bedroom has a stylish feature fireplace and enjoys open views and glimpses of the Moray Firth.
The stunning, traditional style drawing room is dual aspect with views over the gardens, window seat, original wood panelling and feature fireplace.
The drawing room opens onto sandstone steps and on out to a wonderful seaside garden in lawn, along with a pretty patio.
Accommodation includes a reception hallway, drawing room with open fireplace, sitting room with central feature fireplace, magnificent kitchen with central island, pantry/ larder and granite and wood worktops plus a utility room.
Three of the reception rooms are on the ground floor, two of which - the drawing room and dining room - are open plan, yet separated by exposed timbers.
The cine-icon said that SRK's vanity van consists of a drawing room fitted with a large TV console and added that he has been invited on occasion to watch football.
One of the frightening scenes took place in the drawing room of The East House in the village of Longworth near Oxford.
'Let's go to the drawing room,' Mummy said, breathing quickly.