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orangery

a building, such as a greenhouse, in which orange trees are grown

orangery

A building, or a part of a building, once found in especially stately homes, for cultivating orange trees and other ornamental trees in a cool climate where they would not otherwise grow; usually had large, tall windows along its southern exposure; now often used for social and exhibition purposes. Also see conservatory, greenhouse, hothouse.
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Ivy House <B Orangeries and Conservatories will help to transform your home, giving you extra space year-round
Elegant and pleasing on the eye, orangeries are the height of sophistication.
A J McCabe Ltd offer a huge variation in stunning conservatory and orangery options, "Lean to," "Edwardian" and "Victorian" conservatory designs, and more so than ever the increasing popular orangeries that provide their customers with a wide variety of styles and options that creates plentiful light and captures a natural welcoming feeling.
The roof structure of East and West wings of the Orangerie spans each with a footprint of 23 mx 8.
Add value to your home and get the additional living space you've always wanted with conservatories from PS9,995 and orangeries from PS24,599.
ULTIMATE HOME IMPROVEMENTS WINDOWS, doors, conservatories and orangeries are all Ultimate Home Improvements specialties.
Orangeries blend traditional elegance of classic styling with the benefit of modern materials and building techniques.
Various payment plans are available across their entire range of products, which includes windows, doors, conservatories, orangeries and also fascia, soffits & guttering.
AS THE housing market continues to stutter, more and more people are looking for ways to add value and space to their own home, without the inconvenience and expenditure of moving - which explains why the popularity of conservatories and orangeries shows no signs of slowing down.
The company's first showroom on Stamfordham Road in Westerhope proved very successful, leading to a second in Morpeth town centre, allowing expansion into the Northumberland area, building conservatories, orangeries and sunrooms and installing windows, doors and roofline products.
Over the past two or three years, orangeries have become a Sash Windows speciality.
Leekes orangeries start from pounds 24,599 complete with energy-efficient glazing plus free flooring and furniture, designed and installed by qualified craftsmen.