Newmans Atlantico 60" Limestone Fireplace With Chamber

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The Newmans Atlantico 60" fireplace is cut from Portuguese Limestone which is known for its neutral colour, shading and unique natural variation. The Atlantico 60" has a hearth, raised back hearth, slip set and raised chamber with a 60" surround. The Atlantico is a traditional fireplace with complex concave and convex lines, and subtle curves, combine that with the raised chamber and you have a distinctive looking fireplace. Portuguese Limestone is the ideal choice if you are looking for a natural stone fireplace for your room.

£ 1,918.00 including VAT
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Specialising in natural Portuguese limestone the Newmans collection of natural stone fireplaces offer a comprehensive range of fireplaces to suit both traditional and contemporary rooms. Newmans offer both fireplaces for hearth mounted fires and inset stoves, as well as fireplaces with chambers ideal for freestanding stoves.

Specifications

Cassette/Built-in Dimensions

Builders Opening Requirements
675
 
345
 
710

Construction

Colours
Cream

Details

Weight
200.00
Warranty
1 Year
Style
Stone Fireplace
Material
Sepol Limestone
 
Codacol Limestone
Fuel
Decorative Only - No Fire Supplied
Country
Portugal
Condition
New

Dimensions

Total Height
1075
Surround Rebate Gap
35
Surround Leg Width
1355
Surround Inside Opening
745
 
695
Shelf Width
1524
Shelf Depth
220
Pattern/Banding Sizes
0
Hearth Width
1524
Hearth Height
0
Hearth Depth
400
Back Panel/Slips Opening
0

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