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Types houses

  1. 2. A Detached House stands on its own. It has no other houses joined to it.
  2. 3. Semi-Detached are two houses joined together by a common wall.
  3. 4. A Terraced House is a house situated in a long row of houses. They usually look the same. Both sides of each house in the row share common walls with a neighbouring house, with the exception with the houses at each end of the terrace.
  4. 5. A Block of Flats is a large building divided into flats where all the flats share a front door.
  5. 6. A Bungalow is built on one level (one storey). It doesn’t have any stairs.
  6. 7. A Cottage is a small house, usually in the countryside. Cottages are houses that usually come with one and half storeys. The top floor is much smaller than the ground floor.
  7. 8. A Studio apartment is a small apartment, which combines living room, bedroom and Kitchenette into a single room, barring a bathroom.
  8. 9. A Houseboat is a boat designed and equipped for use as a house.
  9. 10. A Caravan is a house on wheels.
  10. 11. A large fortified building or group of buildings with thick walls converted to residential use.
  11. 12. A Mansion is a very large detached house.
  12. 13. A large and richly furnished building resembling a royal palace
  13. 14. A tall structure topped by a powerful light used as a beacon or signal to aid marine navigation.
  14. 15. A structure built among the limbs of a tree, usually for recreation.
  15. 16. crude shelter
  16. 17. portable shelter stretched over a supporting framework of poles with ropes and pegs

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