detached house


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detached house

A house that stands completely alone, not sharing a wall with another house.
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PEGMAN CLOSE, GUISBOROUGH Detached house close to Laurence Jackson School sold for PS300,000 on August 21.
Warwickshire Stonecroft House, Oxhill, Warwick, Stratford-On-Avon, Warwickshire, CV35 0RH, which is a detached house, sold for PS1,900,000 on June 15.
PS350,000 - Stone built fivebed detached house in Bishop Auckland This stone-built property is set within four acres of land, in the heart of Weardale, County Durham.
POPULAR AREA The four-bed spacious and detached house in Low Fell has great gardens
The four-bedroom detached house is now on the market for pounds 459,950.
In Japan the detached house is one of the country's most widespread architectural types; some would say one of the nation's most enduring cultural treasures.
Figures taken from the NHBC's New Housebuilding Statistics quarterly publication tables show that, nationally, the number of new build apartments and maisonettes registered under NHBC's ten-year warranty scheme rose above the number of new detached house starts in the last quarter of 2002 for the first time.
Contact: Stewart Milne Homes; What: Five-bedroom detached house for sale.
Scope of quantity or scope: Detached house with land, minimum 110 mA BRA.
A four-bedroom period detached house in a semi rural location boasting two reception rooms, ground floor shower room, first floor bathroom and stairs to loft with an additional two rooms.
The development will consist of extension, conversion and associated ancillary works of 236sqm 4bedroom detached house and 1bedroom flat to 78sqm 2bedroom semi-detached house and 216sqm 5bedroom semidetached house at 35 Lavarna Grove, Terenure, Dublin 6w.