hung sash

hung sash, hanging sash

A sash hung on a cord or chain at each side which is attached to a balance or counterweight; moves in the vertical direction.
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THE OLD VICARAGE, WELLESBORNE This large Grade II Listed house is believed to date from 1697 and the property retains many of its original features, including marble fireplaces and double hung sash windows with fitted shutters.