two-family house


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A house having quarters, with separate entrances, for two families; usually a two-story house with a separate apartment on each floor.

two-family house

A two-story house having two separate living quarters, with a separate entrance for each.
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The couple put down $2,000 to buy a two-family house, with plans to use the second unit to generate rental income.
Semi-attached two-family house in Central Riverdale near Manhattan College, Riverdale Avenue shops, transportation and more.
LEOMINSTER -- A two-family house was left uninhabitable after a two-alarm fire on Colbert Street Wednesday afternoon.
When the bank was acquired by First Nationwide Bank, he reaped an $18,000 profit, Forte used his stock profits to put down payments on his own home and a two-family house he purchased as a real-estate investment.
which was acquired by the town several years ago, consists of a historic two-family house, a former antiques store, and several acres of open space in the back.
Ariel Property Advisors announced the sale of 4250-4280 White Plains Road, a block front commercial property, and 712 East 236th Street, an adjacent two-family house, in the Wakefield section of the Bronx.
to help rebuild this two-family house, with the goal of completing it by the end of 2013.
Situated between Nostrand and New York Avenues, less than a block from the SUNY Downstate Medical Center, the site consists of one existing two-family house, which was delivered vacant.
Benway's brother, who lived on the first floor of the two-family house.
They said they were told the property was being fixed up and that it was a legal two-family house, which could generate rental income.
The two-story residential portion is built behind the retail space, with a two-family house with a fenced in backyard.
Town & Country Builders of Northbridge, which is also doing work on the two-family house at 1700 Hill St.