⚠️English is not my first language.
*Check the area I marked.
The entire area is called a "PORCH"... and since there is a roof or cover over the porch it may also be called a "COVERED PORCH"... or "FRONT PORCH" since it is the front of the house. The 3 vertical articles that hold up the roof and support it are called "COLUMNS".
The blue area is just the "DOOR" or "FRONT DOOR" and the section around the door that can have decorative windows is called the "DOOR FRAME".
Sometimes a covered porch in front of a structure that has columns is called a "PORTICO"
There are also covered "DECKS" but this does not look like a deck. Decks are usually wood boards and it has a railing around it and it is elevated off of the ground by a foot to a few feet.
Precisely what @SnakeBoop @Jessica405 and the majority of others have already mentioned.
Porch is what I'd call it. Though veranda is also right.
Speaking as a structural engineer, by definition, a porch is a low, covered outdoor attached structure at the entryway of the house which may be open or enclosed.
Verandas may serve as a porch but are enclosed with a railing or fence and are leveled mainly with the ground floor of a house (no steps).
Its open so it's called the porch if it was enclosed it would be called a 4ye or a mud room
That is called a Porch.
Some people will call it a Patio, but that is technically incorrect.
Isn't the patio within the back yard of the house?
@Curmudgeon I've always heard the patio specified as a relatively large outdoor living space for outside entertainment and/or cooking, and can be covered or uncovered. I would imagine the vast majority would be in the backyard rather than the front, but some people use the terms interchangeably.
Upstairs, loft or attic. Depending on what type of room it is.
Looking at photos @3am does not generally work in my favour.. Sorry. I was looking at where the arrow ended!
The front part is called the porch. I just consider the top part of the roof.
The front area of a house is called the veranda. Is this what you mean?
That looks like a verandah.
In England, it is not a porch. A porch is just an open or closed area over an entrance door, which would be the area in blue. We have a balcony as we are a top floor apartment. If it was a full width area, on the bottom floor, it is a verandah.
Stoop. I feel like a Biden insult to tell you other wise.
Verandah or Porch most probably.
I would say it’s called a ledge
It's called the porch.
porch i believe
Porch or Gallery.
Oh yeah and the verandah
I’d call it a porch
Front of house?
Too tempting 🙄
This girl was desperate for cash, so she decided to go to the richer neighbourhood’s around town and look for odd jobs.
At the first house, a man answered the door and told her. 'Yeah, I have a job for you. Could you paint the porch?'
'Sure,' smiled the girl, 'I'll do it for £100.'
'Great,' the man replied. 'You'll find the paint and stuff you need in the garage.'
The man went back into the house to his wife, who'd been listening. 'A hundred quid! Does she know it goes all the way around the house?' asked the wife.
'Well, she must. She was standing right on it!' he said.
About 45 minutes later, the girl knocked on the door. 'I'm all done,' she reported.
The man was amazed. You painted the whole porch?'
'Yeah,' the girl said. 'I even had some left, so I put on two coats!'
The man reached into his wallet to pay her.
'And by the way,' said the girl, 'that's not a Porsche. It's a Ferrari.'
ROFLMAO! I must remember that one!
Old one's are the best