Homes that are generally of the two story nature and attached side-by-side to one another. Commonly found in planned unit developments (PUDs).
A three or four storey house with an integral garage occupying the ground floor. They are usually within a town itself and are normally terraced.
Also known as a row house, generally refers to a type of dwelling having two floors, with the living area and kitchen on the first floor, and the bedrooms on the second. Town houses share a common wall between units.
a house that is one of a row of identical houses situated side by side and sharing common walls
a row-house , a terrace-house or a house in town
A residential unit that is characterized by a common wall with at least one other unit.
Attached dwelling in which owner owns exterior walls and all other exterior surfaces as well as interior ones.
house occupied by the civic authorities for the public business.
A low-rise, single-family dwelling, attached to one or more similar dwellings by common walls, and having a separate entrance.... read full article
A type of dwelling which shares at least one common wall with neighboring dwellings.
Residence which normally has 2 or more floors and is attached to other similar units. Town houses are commonly found in planned unit developments (PUDs) and condominiums.
A dwelling unit, generally having 2 or more floors and attached to other similar units via party walls. Town houses are often used in planned unit developments and condominium developments, which provide for clustered or attached housing and common open space.
Usually a two storey dwelling registered under a strata title.
Two-storey attached dwellings usually registered under Strata Title.
Two storey attached building, usually strata-titled.