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a corner by a fireplace

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A log burner is set on a tiled hearth with attractive brick inglenook fireplace with beam over.
A grand dining hall has a feature stove set in a small brick inglenook, a built-in fish tank on a brick plinth, exposed ceiling and wall beams and handsome staircase to the first floor.
There are inglenook stone fireplaces, log burners, original beamed ceilings and a spacious farmhouse style kitchen with an Aga stove to name but a few of the features inside.
The 29ft lounge has more beams as well as an exposed stone Inglenook fireplace.
Inglenook Farm in Rainford, part of the Knowsley Estate, has a new set of owners.
On top of all that, Inglenook is still a farm, and Steve Holmes uses 10 years of working with some of the leading people in the field to grow organic chamomile and lavender.
An inglenook, or fireplace alcove, makes a ready retreat--a cozy place where activities focus on the fire.
Though not a new idea, as the illustration at left shows, the inglenook is being rediscovered.
In the sitting room the multifuel wood burning stove is set into an inglenook fireplace with a bread oven.
Also on the ground floor are the dining room, study, 22ft by 19ft drawing room and big kitchen with just two of the old inglenooks and a timber and glazed wall to the inner court.
Other special features include the hand carved timbering, all pegged in the traditional manner, inglenooks in the main living rooms and flagstone floors to the kitchens.