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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Elite Residential Lettings Ltd, discharge of con-|dition 6 on planning permission for building of one detached house, 218A Birkby Hall Road, Birkby.
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.
Mr and Mrs R Auckland, c/o agent, demolition of |existing house and erection of detached house, Brendon House, Bilham Road, Clayton West.
Its findings revealed that the most popular choice of home by UK buyers is a detached house with 24% selecting this type of property first.
An Englishman's home is his castle and, for most, that still means a detached house, but for the first time more people are now choosing to live in an apartment, which offers a convenient, modern lifestyle,' says Mr Phillips, who is based in CALA Finance's Birmingham office.
Joanne Vaughan, of Peter Alan estate agents, said: "We recently sold a detached house at the end of the road for pounds 74,000, but people are aware of the tragedy - and this may be affecting demand.
How much: Offers over PS385,000 What's the deal: Unique and stunning detached house half a mile from Moffat.
THIS four-bedroom detached house in Marton has a monthly rent of PS700.
With just over half of the properties at the mixed development already sold, Llanmoor has catered for a clear demand within the region for quality three-bed-room semi-detached houses, as well as three and four-bedroom detached house types, by re-planning the second phase of the site.