bow window

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Synonyms for bow window

a window that sticks out from the outside wall of a house

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The well-presented extended home features a hallway with spindle staircase, and lounge with marble fireplace and bow window.
The spacious entrance hall, with an under stairs storage cupboard and attractive tiled floor, provides access to the lounge which includes a front bow window, wooden floor, coving and inset ceiling spotlights.
What's the deal: Upper flat has two double bedrooms, distinctive bow window in front lounge, which has inset red-brick fireplace, modern kitchen with breakfast bar and dining recess, and a deluxe bathroom.
Across from the drawing room there is a 16ft square sitting room which has stunning views via the large bow window to the sea.
Until he was preoccupied by the great buildings, Soane would rush across London to investigate minor defects or the potential of putting in a new bow window.
Meanwhile, the dining room's wide bow window overlooks the gardens of about a third of an acre.
Replacing an aging picture window with a new bow window produces lots of benefits.
And his two mates were wrestling with a bow window on the lawn.
The family room, 16ft 11in by 14ft 10in, has a bow window with built- in storage below.
Opposite the fireplace he built a large curved bow window, with a built-in window seat that faced Los Robles Road.
On the first floor is the principal suite consisting of a large bedroom with bow window and en-suite bathroom with roll top bath.
On the right of the hall there is a dining room with bow window, period fireplace and two windows to the side.
The spacious drawing room has a feature bow window and French doors to the garden.
The lounge features a modern fireplace with marble hearth and a wide bow window overlooking the front.