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Now the Sitting Room has added food into the mix, with a newly launched street foodinspired menu - serving everything from sharing boards and salads to toasties and deepfried macaroni cheeseballs.
The sitting room has a south-facing picture window and there are French windows from the dining room leading out to a back terrace.
Meanwhile the Filipina testified that she spotted the suspect in white shorts in the sitting room after the Tunisian yelled at him.
Unit 3, The Croft, is detached, with two bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite), sitting room, kitchen breakfast room.
The impressive reception hall gives access to a cloakroom/wc, a generous drawing room which has a marble fireplace, a sitting room with decorative fireplace and an elegant dining room with oak flooring and antique fireplace.
The Keystone has two bedrooms plus den (optional third bedroom), master sitting room, three baths, three-car garage, 2,700 air-conditioned square feet, 3,824 total square feet.
In the house itself, a second staircase leads up to a second-floor flat with its own kitchen, sitting room and double-bedroom.
There's a canopy porch and vestibule, beloved by our forefathers, Minton tiling in the hall, which comes with ceiling roses and original style stripped four-panel doors to sitting room and dining room.
A SCOTS pensioner is being forced to keep his new wheelie bin in his sitting room because there is no room for it outside.
On the second floor is a terrace that serves another communal sitting room and rooms for visiting fellows.
It was her favorite exercise to enter the appartment [sic] noisily, vociferate orders, give a few sudden blows to quicken Nig's pace, then return to the sitting room with such a satisfied expression, congratulating herself upon her thor ough house-keeping qualities" (66).