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The patio, which is bordered by bench seating and a pergola, mixes wood, metal and greenery in a space where people can sit for a full meal or grab a drink while watching a game on the outdoor, glare-friendly television.
Nine Presidential Sites will be over 1,000-square-feet and 22 Buddy Sites will allow for two vehicles to pull in on either side of a shared, oversized patio, two tables, and a pergola.
Built between 1905 and 1907, Sears' headquarters campus and mail order plant included four buildings, a park with a pergola and its own power plant.
The residence features a sweeping pergola, stone patio, fireplace and built-in grill area, creating the perfect space for dining alfresco, sitting by the fire, or hosting a memorable backyard barbecue with ease.
The spacious master suite has French doors that lead out into a patio complete with pergola.
Above them, a fishnet installation with twinkling crystal drops drapes a wood pergola.
Outside features a pergola with a magnificent stone fireplace, and free-form diving pool, complete with spa and waterfall.
Gathering spaces include the front living area with a cozy fireplace, a den with a second fireplace and French doors opening to the patio shaded by a pergola.
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Origin and Etymology of pergola
Italian, from Latin pergula
First Known Use: 1664See Words from the same year
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