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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A long term tenant with a protected tenancy occupies the maisonette - currently producing a rental income of PS8,450 per annum.
Ballet Rambert's former home is now the vast combined open-plan lounge, dining room and kitchen of the maisonette, which also has three double bedrooms and a study.
The beautifully appointed first floor maisonette is spacious and includes a kitchen and bathroom which are both of high quality.
Life in the first-floor maisonette, was a struggle.
Demolition of 4/5 storey tenement block (Block B), comprising maisonette flats on upper stories and retail units on ground floor.
We are pressing ahead with the relocation of tenants from the maisonette blocks and, once they are vacant, we will be demolishing them to create a cleared development site.
Summary: A double murder inquiry has been launched after the bodies of a man and a woman were found in a maisonette.
Maisonette overlooks allotments' Spiral staircase up to bedroom
The Maisonette won the prestigious Mobil Five-Star award 41 consecutive years, longer than any restaurant in North America.
The maisonette spans the first and second floor and benefits from gas central heating and double glazing to the back.
It started in the kitchen of the firstfloor maisonette on Stanley Street in Norton.
When it cleared it was obvious the last remaining section of maisonette with scaffolding attached to it had collapsed and landed only a couple of feet short of Bolingbroke Heights and the main entrance to the building.