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The 5,500-square-foot home also features custom tile work, a gourmet kitchen, a glass solarium and walls of windows.
Plans also call for a library, a study and a solarium with a wet bar, as well as four kitchens: indoor kitchens on the first and second floors of the apartment, plus outdoor kitchens on two of the terraces.
The property offers guests a ski concierge who will magically whisk away gear and even warm your boots, while the on-site spa features an indoor and outdoor pool, solarium, and lounge with a steam, sauna, and oxygen bar.
Some ferry passengers spend the night in the top deck solarium in a lawn chair or string a hammock.
Inside a cottage apartment tucked behind this residential building, revelers could almost kiss the sky through the solarium’s sunroof.
Features of the 9,200-square-foot house include a garden-view breakfast solarium, scaled formal rooms and an office/den.
The portrait gallery at The Julia, decorated to resemble a Victorian solarium.
An economical twist on a conservatory, and akin to atriums, are sunrooms and residential solariums created by enclosing a patio or adding to a house, as seen at the 1927 cottage at 7888 SE 46th Ave. in Portland, which is listed at $679,900.
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First Known Use: circa 1823See Words from the same year
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