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Mansion

A Mansion is a large dwelling house, often with extras such as indoor swimming pool, large accomodation, private gated, garages and gardens.

The word itself derives through Old French.


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Castle/Chateau

The French word château has a wider meaning than the English castle: it includes architectural entities that are properly called palaces, mansions or vineyards in English. This list focuses primarily on architectural entities that may be properly terme
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Development Opportunity

Developers buy land, finance real estate deals, build or have builders build projects, create, imagine, control and orchestrate the process of development from the beginning to end. Developers usually take the greatest risk in the creation or renovatio
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Penthouse

A penthouse apartment or penthouse is an apartment that is on one of the highest floors of an apartment building. Penthouses are typically differentiated from other apartments by luxury features.


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Estate

Estate can often include extras as well as The Main House, such as Gardens, Parkland, Cottages, Outbuildings, Paddocks, Woodland and Forestry.


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Detached House

A London Detached house is a house that stands separate from its neighbouring property on all sides, thus being physically DETACHED. When modern housing estates started to be built in the 1920's they became very popular.


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Semi Detached House

Semi-detached housing (often abbreviated to semi in the UK, Canada and Australia, as in "three-bedroom semi", and occasionally referred to as se-tenant houses) consists of pairs of houses built side by side as units sharing a party wall.


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Maisonette

Maisonette, Accomodation spread over 1 floor, Period Maisonette often with High Ceilings, Roof Terrace and Balcony.


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Mews House

The term mews is plural in form but singular in construction. It arose from "mews" in the sense of a building where birds used for falconry are kept, which in turn comes from birds' cyclical loss of feathers known as 'mewing' or moulting.


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Apartment

An apartment (in American English ) or flat in British English  is a self-contained housing  unit (a type of residential real estate)  that occupies only part of a building.


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Terraced House

Early terraces were also built by the two John Woods in Bath and under the direction of John Nash in Regent's Park, London, and the name was picked up by speculative builders like Thomas Cubitt and soon became commonplace.


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Flat

A Flat is normally accomodation on 1 Floor but can also be reffered to as an Apartment.


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