List of House Types
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Cottages : Originally -in the Middle-Ages- cottages housed agricultural workers and their families. The term cottage denoted the dwelling of a cotter.
In modern usage, a cottage is a dwelling, typically in a non-urban location (although there are cottage-style dwellings in cities). In most settings, the term cottage denotes a small, often cozy dwelling, and small size is integral to the description
Detached : A single-family home (known as a detached house in the UK) is a free-standing residential building, generally found in less dense urban areas, the suburbs of cities, the exurban region, and rural areas. Most single-family homes are built on lots larger than the structure itself, adding an area surrounding the house, which is commonly called a yard in American English or a garden in the British variety.
Sidesplit : A sidesplit is a split level home configuration where the multiple levels are visible from the front elevation.
Farmhouse : A farmhouse is a type of building or house which serves a residential purpose in a rural or agricultural setting. Most often, the surrounding environment will be a farm. These buildings are usually 2 storeys, but early buildings were single storey.
Mansion : A mansion is a large and stately dwelling house for the wealthy. The word itself derives (through Old French) from the Latin word mansus the perfect passive participle of manere "to remain" or "to stay".
Patio : A patio home is a single-family detached dwelling sitting on land owned by a Condominium Group. The building is actually a condo since the building's owner does not own the land.
Terraced house/ Rowhouse / Townhouse : - In architecture and city planning, a terrace, rowhouse, or townhouse (though the latter term can also refer to patio houses) is a style of housing in use since the late 17th century, where a row of identical or mirror-image houses share side walls. The first and last of these houses is called an end terrace.
Villa : A villa was originally a Roman country house built for the upper class.