Row house


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Row house

One of a series of identical buildings in a continuous row on one or both sides of a street, sharing one or more sidewalls in common with its neighbors, usually consisting of uniform plans, fenestration, and other architectural treatments.
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group house, row house

One of an unbroken line of houses having a common wall or party wall with its neighbors.

row house, row dwelling

1. One of an unbroken line of houses sharing one or more sidewalls with its neighbors. A group house.
2. One of a number of similarly constructed houses in a row; usually in a housing development.
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Thomas, who now recommends that "virtually everyone" test their dwelling for radon -- especially those living in a detached house, an attached row house, a trailer or the basement or first two floors of apartment buildings.
The resolution adjusted the minimum gross floor area of a single detached, duplex or row house at 32 sqm.