Different Types of Houses

Linked semi-detached:A linked semi-detached property are houses that share no common walls, but typically liked together by a garage.

Detached:A detached house is classed as a single family home, also called a single-detached dwelling. Detached houses stand alone.

Semi-detached:A semi-detached house is a single family dwelling house, which shares one common wall. Semi-detached houses are usually like a mirror image.

Bungalow:A bungalow is a type of building that only has one story; some bungalows are accommodated with extra rooms in the loft space.

Terraced:Terraced houses are houses built in a row and share sides walls also looked mirrored. In some areas there known as row houses or linked houses.

Town house:A town house is a tall narrow terraced house, which usually has 3 or more floors.

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