attic space

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  • The attic space was probably used mostly for storage after the war.
  • The interior has been opened out to form a single tall open-plan space, although the attic space has been retained.
  • In addition to the ground floor living area, many offer attic space over one of the modules.
  • A loft, probably a later addition, has been created on the attic space.
  • The first floor is divided into a further three rooms; and there are two rooms in the attic space.
  • Other than the attic space, the building is composed entirely of one large room with twelve supporting pillars.
  • An attic space is provided by a flat wooden ceiling over the front third of the living area.
  • A whole-house fan pulls air out of a building and forces it into the attic space.
  • There are four bedrooms on the second floor, and two more in the attic space.
  • The building had a partly subterranean ground floor with two floor above and a rather unusual attic space.
  • Situated in part of the attic space of the original house, it has space for all those in attendance at the centre.
  • Above this is a flat-headed dormer window leading to attic space.
  • Several houses in the east side of the crescent have dormer windows in their attic space.
  • The attic space over the entry is finished.
  • In more settled areas, they are commonly found roosting under roofs, or inside attic spaces.
  • The original c. 1720 house had four rooms and a third-storey attic space.
  • Above this are two further rooms, with the attic space above between the crow-stepped gables.
  • There are four bedrooms on the second floor, and the attic space was later also converted into bedrooms.
  • The porch is the main feature of the front, being centrally situated, and rising to the third-story attic space.
  • Distinctive features that survive include top-floor windows whose sashes rise into the attic space, and a period bathroom.
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