half landing


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half landing

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(Architecture) a landing halfway up a flight of stairs
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The first floor comprises a half landing with cloakroom, first floor drawing room, master bedroom with adjoining shower room and bedroom two.
A sweeping staircase with timber balustrading rises from the reception hall to a first floor housing a half landing with feature window and separate walk-in linen cupboard, leading to the six bedrooms, one of which is en suite, and a house bathroom.
Oak stairs with balustrades lead from the hall up to a half landing with picture window overlooking the walled garden and paddocks.
A half landing provides access to a bedroom and bathroom with double shower cubicle.
Going upwards to the half landing, finds a walk-in cloakroom and storage area plus the family bathroom which has a roll top claw footed bath, pedestal wash basin, close coupled wc and glazed shower enclosure.
Upstairs a half landing leads to bedroom one and a bathroom with natural stone tiled flooring and mosaic tile on the walls and contemporary white suite.
A wide staircase leads to the half landing where a tall picture window travels up to the first floor.
A winding staircase leads past a large window on the half landing, filling the landing with light and provides a real sense of space.
Access to the building is by lift and two aluminium staircases both of which are hinged from their half landing to the ground so that when the building is empty it can be secured by raising the stairs.
The second floor is accessed by the original dog-leg staircase with leaded and stained glass window on the half landing, leading to bedrooms four and five.
If you light an area in the distance -like a half landing beyond the entrance hall,or a garden -your eye will be drawn to the brightest point, so increasing the sense of space.
The reception hall has a returning staircase to the upper floor, with straight timber spindles to the half landing, and boasting a floor-to-ceiling window.