A balcony, especially a large and uncovered one.
To form into a terrace or terraces; to furnish with a terrace or terraces, as, to terrace a garden, or a building.
Private outside space usually immediately accessible from living spaces of dwelling, also implying a sloping, stepped terraced condition, also an outside space that is within the volume of the building (see balcony).
A private outdoor space, typically larger than your everyday balcony.
usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence
a "must have" for some of our guests and the Medici apartment has a lovely outdoor patio with a teak dining table and chairs so you can enjoy outdoor meals
A roofed balcony, or veranda.
A paved outdoor area, often raised.
Open area connected to building; usually paved
A terrace can be several things: an unroofed paved area right next to a house; a roofed balcony; a veranda; or a raised bed of earth constructed to enhance a landscape.
A terrace can be several things: a veranda, a roofed balcony, an unroofed paved area next to a house, or a raised bed of earth constructed to enhance a landscape.
A roof or part of a roof or a building, used as outdoor space for an apartment. Often confused with a balcony, the terms are used interchangeably.
By definition, a terrace is a roof or part of a roof in a building. In Manhattan, terraces can be found when there is a setback on a high-rise. These terraces are also enjoyed for the private use of an individual apartment owner. We categorize a terrace as outdoor space. A terrace and balcony are often confused and the terms are used interchangeably.
An essentially level and defined area, usually raised, either paved or planted, forming part of a garden or building setting.
1. An unroofed, paved area immediately adjacent to a house, often overlooking a yard or garden. 2. Sloping ground that has been carved into flat, stair-like sections.
In gardening, a terrace is an element where a raised flat paved or gravelled section overlooks a prospect. A raised terrace keeps a house dry and provides a transition between the hard materials of the architecture and softer ones of the garden.
A terrace can be defined as an outdoor, occupiable extension of a building above ground level. Although its physical characteristics may vary to a great degree, a terrace will generally be larger than a balcony and will have an "open-top" facing the sky. Terraces are highly versatile in terms of functionality and can be used for a variety of activities including, but not limited to: gardening, relaxation, entertaining guests, sunbathing, and barbecuing.