A floor, loft, or story in a building;
a floor of a house, which forms a complete residence in itself; an apartment taking up a whole floor. In this latter sense, the usage is more common in British English.
A building containing a single living unit on each floor, and sometimes referred to by the number of units, such as two flat, four flat. Flats are no longer built, having given way to duplexes, fourplexes, etc.
a Company specialized in Real-Estate Business (Rent and Buy, villas, Apartments, Houses in Town or in Village, Lands, in Egypt and especially in Upper Egypt (Luxor/Aswan)
Rented accommodation, esp. apartment
An apartment that occupies one whole floor of a building. Often, each flat in a building has its own entrance from the outside.
English term for apartment. A portion of a building designed to serve as a home for a single family group.
n. 1. Apartment, whether rented or owned (condominium).
This term is popular in the UK and Ireland. A flat is the same as an apartment.
A floor or part of a floor in a building designed for occupancy by a single family for residential purposes.
1. An apartment, generally on one level. 2. A level payment mortgage or lease.