back-to-back house


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back-to-back house

A house with a party wall at the rear as well as along the sides.
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Her solicitor Sonia Kidd explained to Kirklees Magistrates' Court in Huddersfield that her client lives in a back-to-back house.
Back-to-back house fires Sunday night caused $400,000 in damage, Potter said.
You can sleep in an authentic back-to-back house in Brum, an arctic hut in Sutton Coldfield or in a Knights' Village in Warwickshire.
He lives at the rear of a back-to-back house but says his post is often delivered to the front by mistake.
Police were called to a back-to-back house in Leeds when neighbours heard loud screams.
IAM 95 years old and I know what poverty is, being born in 1917 in a back-to-back house in Cowper Street, Aston.
Vanessa Schofield, prosecuting, said that the men were witnessed by a neighbour at the back-to-back house.
The owner of the back-to-back house had left in the morning to drop her children off at school.
It's about as far removed from the conventional image of a back-to-back house as it could possibly be, with its three bedrooms, contemporary fittings, large conservatory and spacious living areas.
Constance must have lived out all but a couple of her 70-plus years living in the same back-to-back house.