Entry from British & World English dictionary
A bungalow that has a dormer window in the roof space.
- I own my own house, a dormer bungalow, which I bought last year.
- The site, which is located on the Dublin Road, is zoned for industrial use but at the moment houses a seven-bedroom dormer bungalow with garage and landscaped gardens.
- The dormer bungalow has oil-fired central heating, an alarm, double glazing, two en suite bathrooms and fully fitted units in the kitchen.
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