Semidetached house


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Semidetached house

One of a pair of houses with separate entrances that share a party wall between them.

semidetached house

One of a pair of houses joined by a party wall.
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52am yesterday where they found a woman outside the semidetached house with serious burns.
AREFURBISHED semidetached house close to shops, amenities and transport links, and with access to the hub of Gosforth, Newcastle, is to let on an unfurnished basis.
A MAN was led to safety from the second floor of a smoke-filled semidetached house in Edgbaston by firefighters.
Mr Hough, 23, was working at a semidetached house in Thorncliffe Estate, Batley, when the incident happened.
Mr Lowe's body was found inside a semidetached house in what is normally a quiet neighbourhood.
Firefighters were forced to act swiftly at the semidetached house to stop the flames spreading to the neighbouring building.
I then asked about her other grandad, to which she replied: "He lives in a semidetached house.
There they found a 61-year-old woman in the open bedroom window of the two storey semidetached house, with a neighbour using a ladder to try and rescue her from the flames.
The semidetached house has three bedrooms, double glazing and front and rear gardens.
The body of the man, named locally as taxi driver Michael Atherton, and those of the three women were found in "close proximity" downstairs in the semidetached house in Greenside Avenue, Horden, Peterlee, after police were alerted to shots being fired shortly before 11.
Police removed two air rifles from the semidetached house.
Fire crews found his body in a blaze at a semidetached house in Norton Canes, in the early hours of Saturday morning.