sun room

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A sunny room with more glass than usual, esp. one used for therapy.
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The society stated: "We can appreciate that for the building's users the so-called 'sun room' on the top would be a nice facility affording good views.
Heading upstairs, there is a dining area and lounge which has stunning views of the garden, with the kitchen leading through to the sun room and balcony.
The sun room is also flooded with natural light thanks to a huge glass window and a French double-glazed door opening up to the outside.
A staircase also runs down from the sun room to a games room with pool table.
Also, there will be the three-storey, five-bedroom detached Cramond - a truly luxurious home offering a sun room plus additional space for a games room and fitness room - real flexible living to suit any family.
Both of them have doors which open up into the sun room. Steps lead down to a cellar while the main staircase leads to the .rst .oor with .ve bedrooms, the two largest of which have built-in storage.
THIS three-bedroom semi in Oldbury has the luxury of three bathrooms, as well as a sun room adding to the generous amount of living space downstairs.
There is also a Tuscan-style gourmet kitchen which opens onto a dining area and a sun room and incorporates a selection of top-of-the-line appliances.
The charming living room features solid cherry wood timber floor, a large bay window and double doors leading to the sun room.
These include the verandah, car port, terrace and sun room, and transition from interior to outside is always through such an intermediate space.
The sun room is adjacent to the tour de force family room, decorated in safari motif and complete with fireplace, retractable media screen and wet bar.