I am reading "The Orphan Child". On the first page there is a sentence which seems fine to me. But I think I should clear the air and make sure am with the writer on the same page. My question is very simple, and I think I already know the answer as well. But before we move further I should write down the sentence so you can understand what exactly I am asking.
Still from the novel:
Patterns of ice lingered on the outside of the scullery window at Meadow Hall....
My question is in the above sentence why the writer used the letter M and H capital as meadow and hall are common nouns? And if you notice in the same sentence scullery and window both are also the common nouns but he didn't use the capital letters in this case. I gave the answer to myself and I said, "He used these nouns (Meadow, Hall) as proper nouns, and calling them by their names."
Does my answer make sense? Or am I wrong about it?