mullioned


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de Barral was living then in a big stone mansion with mullioned windows in a large damp park, called the Priory, adjoining the village where the refined poet had built himself a house.
The building stood by itself, apart from the master's house, on an angle of ground where three roads met--an old gray stone building with a steep roof and mullioned windows.
The lodge was built around 1874, but has been refurbished inside without compromising on period features like its stone mullioned windows and open fireplaces.
The Solar has mullioned windows and a stone fireplace, combined with the comforts of a modern home.
All homes in the Apple Bank Building have huge mullioned windows that frame views of the magnificent Ansonia to the West and quaint Verdi Square to the South.
Among the other original features in the property include inglenook fireplaces, solid oak doors, exposed beams and mullioned windows.
At the end of the famous High Street, known for its superb period architecture, the property is a nearly new variation on the old town theme, named for its stone mullioned windows.
There are two reception rooms, with fireplaces and mullioned leaded windows, as well as a study.
There is an entrance hall with beams and stone flagged floor, a large drawing room with inglenook, exposed stonework and stone mullioned window and a dining room with stone fireplace.