French door

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a light door with transparent or glazed panels extending the full length

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The three-bedroom detached Rio showhouse has a splayed downstairs hallway leading to the dining room, French casement doors from the lounge to the rear garden, and an arched lobby upstairs through to the master en suite bedroom.
This new-style housetype also features stylish French casement doors to the living room - which utilise the width of the house - a handy cloakroom on the ground floor, plus a practical and well-appointed kitchen area.
All luxury four-bedroom detached properties, two of the four remaining plots are the Soiree house style, which features a large living room stretching the entire length of the house and with French casement doors leading on to the rear garden, a kitchen with separate utility room and en suite master bedroom.
There is a recently re-fitted kitchen, separate dining room with casement doors to the conservatory, further study and living room with fireplace, also connecting with the conservatory.
The large villa has an en suite master bedroom, a fully fitted kitchen with space for dining, plus a separate dining room with double French casement doors leading into the garden.
The wide opening leads to the orangery, also lined in oak flooring and topped by a large glazed atrium letting in maximum light over and above the full, right-angled run of windows and casement doors.
Set behind a paved driveway with access to the four car garaging, the house has a generous drawing room with feature fireplace, beamed ceiling and double casement doors to the gardens.
A breakfast kitchen and family room is a useful 26ft by 12ft plus with more oak block flooring, casement doors to the garden, fitted storage, peninsular breakfast bar and space for sitting, eating and cooking.
The smartly-finished living space includes a drawing room with casement doors to the verandah and a stone fireplace; a Victorian style conservatory, generous dining room and the fitted breakfast kitchen, nearly 24ft with another fireplace to the dining end.