split-level


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split-level

(of a house, room, etc.) having the floor level of one part about half a storey above or below the floor level of an adjoining part
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This briefly comprises an entrance porch, entrance hall, a split-level sitting room/dining room, well fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, further lounge/ second reception room and downstairs shower room.
At 57 Lourae Drive, a 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath split-level on .18 acres went for $525,000.
The current plans incorporate one split-level, two-storey building and a separate building which will be three storeys at its highest point.
The split-level design gives this house a distinct advantage over a standard property, illustrated by the clever placement of ample windows, French doors, and Juliet balconies.
Metering-wise, successful split-level images are not easy to make because even on the water's surface the difference in exposure levels (dynamic range) above and below the surface can be marked.
Outside, the property has fabulous split-level decked areas.
Split-level Christianity cannot but induce split-level morality since Christianity is the dominant faith of the Philippines.
The five-bedroom Kilnfield is a split-level home with a 'wow' factor that includes a living room with two large windows and Parisian balconies.
The ground floor layout comprises a hall, a double bedroom, a spacious split-level lounge/dining room with access to the garden, a fitted kitchen with modern units and a built-in oven and hob, a lobby and a tiled shower room.
Subsidence has taken its toll and there is a distinct slope to the split-level interior, and large buttresses support the downhill exterior walls.
My parents flaunt their split-level ranch on the half acre lot, giving the grand tour of the lush rock garden and wood-paneled rec room.