wraparound porch

wraparound porch

A full-width porch that continues around the sides of a house.
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On a project in Chicago, we recently needed zoning relief and relief from the building department for a particular wraparound porch in a residence.
Owner Maria Wevers and her staff treated me to a starlit meal on the wraparound porch, which boasted fresh seafood and an awardwinning wine list.
Among the other items on the agenda: Reinforce the wraparound porch to stop its descent into the ground.
The estate on Cobb Road has five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, a wraparound porch, multiple patios and terraces, two fireplaces, a library, formal living room and a two-car garage.
The one-of-a-kind retreat sits on 38 bucolic private acres and had a three bedroom log cabin style main house that has a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, open layout and full wraparound porch.
Joe lived in Altamont, in a huge, old Victorian house with a wraparound porch near the top of a mountain that he bought with proceeds from his Joshua novels and used it as a center to teach adults and children about Jesus.
If you look closely, you may be able to spot the rest of the family perched on Grandma's wraparound porch.
Following the ceremony, the bridal party recessed to the elevated wraparound porch of the stately Commons Hall, the venue of the formal reception.
The second-floor wraparound porch, lined with arched windows, has ceiling fans to keep the upstairs rooms comfortable in the tropic heat.
This country farmhouse makes visitors feel welcome upon first glance, thanks to a lovely wraparound porch. Inside, you can entertain in the formal living room, which opens to the den, or host a special dinner in the dining room.