Townhouse

Townhouse,

Definition of Townhouse:

  1. A house in a town or city belonging to someone who has another property in the country.

  2. Two or three storied single-family housing unit, often connected other such units via party walls.

  3. A tall, narrow, traditional row house, generally having three or more floors.

How to use Townhouse in a sentence?

  1. The arrangement follows a traditional town house, with garage and service spaces at ground level, a piano nobile first floor for living, dining and cooking, and two floors of bedrooms above.
  2. Of course, that is what they were originally - grand town houses for the Empires second city in the 19th century, although most of the homes for the 21st century will be somewhat modest in comparison.

Meaning of Townhouse & Townhouse Definition