sleeping porch


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sleeping porch

n.
A well-ventilated, usually screened porch or gallery used as an occasional sleeping quarters.
References in classic literature ?
And when the evening is over and good-night said, I go back through my book-walled den to my sleeping porch and to myself and to the White Logic which, undefeated, has never left me.
Also, as a compromise, he built a sleeping porch on the second story.
Once on his sleeping porch and safely locked in, he doubled and tripled and even quadrupled his exercises until, exhausted, he lay down on the couch to woo sleep and to ponder two problems that especially troubled him.
But, once done, the couple reshaped the yard to include a dining area on a terrace in front, along with a living area, outdoor shower, and detached sleeping porch in the back.
Without having to incorporate the addition of square footage, a second-floor sleeping porch was absorbed to create a spacious master bathroom.
The properties main level features an entry foyer, living room with a fireplace, dining room, family room, kitchen, rear porch, upstairs sleeping porch, and upstairs office/studio.
Grand fireplaces are there on the main house's living, dining and library rooms, and the master bedroom has a marble ensuite and a private sleeping porch.
As an example, can you speak about The Sleeping Porch and describe the unfolding of story and pictures?
The next year, Gamma Phi Beta added a large three-story addition to its home, including a basement chapter room, dining room and sleeping porch.
The home comprises five bedrooms and six baths, including a first-floor master suite, theater room and butler's pantry, garage and finished walkout basement in addition to an open sleeping porch.
A sleeping porch, located on the second floor off of a bedroom, is protected by the main hip roof of the house.
There is even a dog-themed reading room, once a sleeping porch, where Stein can relax on a leather wing-back love seat that comes with its own built-in sconce lighting.