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Carport

A roofed automobile shelter adjoining a house and open on two or more sides.

carport

A covered automobile shelter associated with a separate dwelling. It has one or more sides open to the weather.
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The former toolmaker and engineer said the family moved into the timberframed house when first built and had the car port added three years ago.
Brenda said: "We saw flashing lights so we went out to have a look and the whole car port was on fire.
The ground floor is cut away to provide a double car port with a studio at the back; the first floor contains the master and guest bedrooms; the second, a living room to the rear and kitchendining in front.
But their bungled efforts included a rickety extension, a car port without foundations and a structurally unsafe loft conversion - all without planning permission.
Keystone Cottage is offered at around pounds 149,950 and features main living room with sitting room, large bathroom with walkin store and car port.
Outside a double gate leads to a parking and turning area, with sheltered gardens, patio, double garage, car port and log store.
KIRKLEES Council has made the following decisions on Holme Valley planning applications: Conditional permission: [bar] Taylor Made Screen Covers, alterations to increase height of existing car port, Intake House, Marlbeck Close, Honley.
Sher Khan spoke after a case at Teesside Magistrates' Court this week, which saw two firms fined for offences relating to illegal asbestos removal on his car port.
The property has a lawned front garden and has a lowmaintenance rear garden plus garage and car port.
These include the verandah, car port, terrace and sun room, and transition from interior to outside is always through such an intermediate space.
There are gardens, a double car port and driveway for parking.
The bitter four-year feud started when Beryl Howe of Malvern Drive, Brookfield, Middlesbrough, put up a car port despite objections from her next-door neighbour, Margaret Blowers.