Attached house

Attached house

A house which shares one or more common walls with another house, including row houses and semidetached houses.

attached house

A house that is joined to one (or more) adjacent house(s) by a party wall.
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Khalifa's uncle, who lives in an attached house, first noticed smoke billowing out of the windows, but he was unable to enter the property and called police.
THE Council has made the following decisions: Conditional permission: | L Smith, attached house, formation of new vehicular access to Lascelles Hall Road and associated works, adj 109 Wakefield Road, Fenay Bridge.
A chiropody business, Cummins Chiropody and Podiatry, was also damaged, as was an attached house and two flats.
Often the physical environment is the barrier that prevents residents from staying in their local community, Independent living settings include a small-scale freestanding house, cottage, or attached house, or an apartment with or without related common space (including a CCRC).
The other place never had a name, but we're going to call this yard Kilcoole, we think, and hope to move into the attached house by Christmas.
3 million two-bedroom single attached house in the heart of Manila.
On its unattached edge, the gabled Victorian attached house suddenly becomes a miniature castle.
Tracy moved into the attached house and renovated it - and also met her partner Darren, who she has a six-year-old son with.
The average price of an attached house in San Diego is only $390,000, compared with $762,000 for a detached home.
It was always called the Goan Parish, because the church and the attached house were built by the Goan community of Kampala.
Around the building there is a tiny garden of petunias and various trees and at the back, a tiny attached house.
Mr and Mrs Farmiloe, building of attached house and extension and alterations to existing house (listed building), 141A Church Street, Netherthong.