Is closing the Succah door ‘hiddur-Mitzvah’?


If I am doing my ‘like-living’ in the Succah, is there any benefit to closing the door? Meaning, the open door is the only thing standing between the Succah becoming an entirely sealed structure.

It goes without saying that, even to being with, this would be a valid Succah. However, is there any reason which falls under the category of ‘the best way’ to accomplish the Mitzvah.

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