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A layout in a room or building in which windows on adjacent walls allow for views in more than one direction.as modifier ‘a dual-aspect master bedroom’
- ‘All of the apartments will have balconies or terraces, while most will also feature en suite bathrooms and dual aspect views.’
- ‘Doors from the bedrooms lead to a balcony and all of the apartments are dual aspect.’
- ‘Upstairs, the dual aspect master bedroom runs the length of the house.’
- ‘The final bedroom has a Velux window and is dual aspect.’
- ‘A number of different apartment styles are on offer, with most being split level and dual aspect.’
- ‘Like the kitchen it is dual aspect, with the main focal point a fireplace with fuel-burning stove.’
- ‘Apartment 119 is a third floor dual aspect unit with around 58 square metres of accommodation, not including the balcony.’
- ‘Some of the apartments are dual-aspect, while most of the two-beds have a study included in the layout.’
- ‘However, the dual aspect that features throughout 90 % of the units adds a sense of dynamism, and each of the apartments has an individual design.’
- ‘A wide selection of styles and layouts are available, including dual aspect penthouses with an open-plan format.’
- ‘Both rooms are dual aspect, with views to the front and back, and each is fitted with an extensive range of wardrobes.’
- ‘The ground floor is allocated for commercial use, with 50 dual-aspect apartments upstairs.’
- ‘The linear form of the buildings maximises daylighting, with most apartments having dual aspect.’
- ‘Upstairs, the first of the property's four bedrooms is a dual aspect double with built-in wardrobes.’
- ‘The airy drawing room is a very good size and has a dual aspect.’
- ‘Upstairs, the dual aspect master bedroom is larger than average.’
- ‘This dual aspect room also has garden access and overlooks the rear patio through picture windows on two sides.’
- ‘The master bedroom, which is also dual aspect, has a bay window and double built-in wardrobes.’
- ‘The larger dual aspect bedroom is of similar proportions to the master bedroom while the smaller one has a built-in wardrobe.’
- ‘The interconnecting living and dining rooms span the length of the building with large sash windows giving dual aspect views.’
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