terraced house


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terraced house

Brit a house that is part of a terrace
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This is a terraced house situated in a quiet yet convenient residential location, and early viewings are being advised.
Astonishingly, it was more than 250 times cheaper than the most expensive property sold in the UK - a terraced house in the Kensington and Chelsea area of London.
BRYNTEG TERRACE, MERTHYR VALE: PS33,000 This two-bedroom terraced house sold for just PS33,000 on August 10.
Least Expensive Coventry 34 Glaisdale Avenue, Coventry, West Midlands, CV6 4LR, which is a terraced house, sold for PS80,000 on June 9.
A spokesman for the service said five crews of firefighters were called to the partially collapsed end terraced house.
The most expensive property sold in England and Wales in August was a terraced house in Eaton Square, Westminster, London, which went for PS25.5m.
"It was also a particularly large cannabis farm for a small terraced house. Cannabis farms of this size can yield thousands of pounds of drugs for the criminals running them."
The three-bedroom terraced house in Liverpool where seaman's daughter Sharon was raised was sold earlier this year for the same sum of PS110,000.
WHERE: Beaumont Road, Bournville WHAT: Impeccably presented terraced house with period looks and contemporary feel.
In 2009, 42% of the population in the EU lived in an apartment, 34% in a detached house, and 23% in a semi-detached or terraced house. Detached houses are the most common type of dwelling in 12 member states, apartments in ten, and semi-detached or terraced houses in five.
THE shabby terraced house where Bird nursed his rage at the world has been boarded up.