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town house

1. a person's town residence as distinct from his country residence
2. another name (now chiefly Scot) for town hall
3. US and Canadian a house that is part of a terrace

Town house

An urban building, without sideyards; containing one residence on one or more floors.

town house

1. A comfortable-to-luxurious dwelling in an urban environment.
2. One of a series of houses constructed in an unbroken row, separated by party walls, often with a relatively flat roof.
3. An upscale row house.
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Soon, the Town Houses will be joined by 10 FAB houses, designed by architect George Clarke of Amazing Spaces fame.
Selectmen said this week the board is negotiating terms of a contract with GDA and would continue working closely with the Town House Advisory Committee.
This house is one of only three riverside town houses within the Wildspur Mills development.
The type A town houses of the Royal Breeze project, offering three bedrooms, are located directly on the golf course and is just a 3 minute walk from the beach and marina.
2 MILL STREET Guide price: pounds 850,000 Agents: John Shepherd Vaughan & Co, Stratford office Tel: 01789 292659 A three storey 5/6 bedroom town house, only minutes walking distance from the town centre.
The conclusion, in which the town house as 'ideologically unsound' embodiment of conspicuous consumption is related to its 'particular attraction and meaning for women', is adroitly handled.
Family home close to new station pounds 130K; Village home full of character pounds 137K; Town house life on three storeys pounds 176K
March 18 1991 - Another mortgage loan taken out against Kentish Town house with Coutts & Co.
The former Royal Scottish Automobile Club in Blythswood Square has been bought by Edinburgh hoteliers The Town House Company.
A 50-unit town house development is in the works on 2.