A flat on two or more floors
A flat with its own front door that has access direct to the outside, as opposed to access via a communal hallway.
Diminutive of “maison”, literally translates as small house or cottage; describes an apartment with two levels like a little house; maisonette in Europe; duplex in USA; frequently with a two-story high space.
A property arranged over more than one floor (ie: a portion of the house), acessed via a private entrance.
Usually a flat which may have more than one floor or has its own entrance at street level.
A flat that has more than one floor.
a self-contained apartment (usually on two floors) in a larger house and with its own entrance from the outside
a kind of flat, BTW
a portion of a house that covers more than one floor and is accessible by private entrance
Usually used to describe a house that is split horizontally into two dwellings each of which has its own entrance at street level.
A flat that extends over more than one floor or has its own entrance at street level in a building containing other flats.
A flat or apartment with more than one floor. It can also refer to a flat which has its own entrance at street level.
Residence- usually a townhouse, often including two or three stories, that is connected by one or more common wall(s) or a common part(s) to another residence.
property comprising more than one separate dwelling; used to describe a flat which extends over more than one floor or a flat which, despite there being other units in the building, has its own entrance at street level.
1. A small house. 2. An apartment on two floors.
A ground floor apartment with a separate street entrance from the rest of the building. This type of apartment will usually have a second entrance inside the building's lobby and will enjoy the same amenities of the building. Typically these apartments are located in Park Avenue or Fifth Avenue co-operative apartment buildings and provide the owners of these apartments a more private existence within a co-op and a "townhouse" type of environment without the maintenance of an actual townhouse.
A property comprising of more than one separate living areas; used to describe a flat which extends over more than one floor or a flat that has its own entrance at street level.