maisonette


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maisonette

, maisonnette
self-contained living accommodation often occupying two floors of a larger house and having its own outside entrance

duplex apartment

A separate dwelling in an apartment building, having rooms on two levels, with self-contained vertical circulation.
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But since being contacted by the Birmingham Mail, the housing department has agreed to decrease her weekly rent to the correct amount for a two-bedroom maisonette and reimburse her with pounds 642.
NEAR THE PARK This four-bedroom maisonette close to Saltwell Park, Gateshead, has excellent transport links
The force of the explosion, which wrecked three maisonettes, also showered eight-year-old Shane Murphy and his brother Francis, 10, with glass while they played in their back garden.
Fifteen firemen had to tackle the blaze which destroyed Mr Rae's home and four maisonettes.
TYPE: Two-bedroom first floor maisonette RENTAL: pounds 450 pcm - unfurnished AGENT: Shortland Horne TELEPHONE: 024 7661 3000
The maisonette is an ideal property for a family or friends wishing to share.
A man was fighting for his life last night with 100 per cent burns after an explosion blasted him through his lounge window and demolished most of his maisonette.
The Company" (a wholly owned subsidiary of Maisonette International Enterprises Ltd.
MODERNISED and very well presented, this ground floor maisonette would suit those who work in the city centre or commute from the nearby railway station.
Firefighters said the pair, in their 20s, could have been killed when they awoke to find flames lapping at the door of their maisonette at Bangham Pit Road, Northfield, just before midnight.
WITH easy access to the motorway network, this ground floor maisonette on the Stonehouse Estate offers excellent accommodation.
LOCATED within Tynemouth Village, this modern upper maisonette is available to rent.