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  • n. Plural form of townhome.

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Examples

  • Attracting great wealth, there are also deep pockets of poverty and within a mile of the townhomes is the newest Trump Tower Parc at 34 stories high and featuring 170 luxury condos priced between $750,000 and more than $2.5 million.

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  • For example, developers have planned new housing, primarily townhomes, which is unlikely to be cheaper.

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  • Furthermore, the shopping center was designed as part of a huge development with single family homes as well as higher-density housing like apartments and "townhomes" what a stupid name for something out in the middle of suburban nowhere, but I digress all within walking and/or bicycling distance.

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  • Actually in the latter case not only the university expanded, but "townhomes", "condos",

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  • For attached properties (such as townhomes, which we used to call "row houses"), ANSI states that "the finished square footage of each level is the sum of the finished areas on that level measured at floor level to the exterior finished surfaces of the outside wall or from the centerlines between houses, where appropriate."

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  • At the behest of Arapahoe County District Attorney Carol Chambers's office, Jacob and another juvenile are facing a second-degree arson charge over the fire they set, which caused upwards of $195,000 in damages to two townhomes.

    Ten-Year-Old Facing Arson Trial For Playing With Fire

  • Loft prices range from $150,000 to $160,000, while larger townhomes start at about $160,000 and go up to $175,000.

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  • Now the townhomes of Hamilton Heights, many of which are in a landmarked historical district, are the properties that are in most demand, Ms. Suggs said.

    Tasting the Sweetness in Hamilton Heights

  • It's one of a row of 10 limestone townhomes built around the turn of the century.

    Tasting the Sweetness in Hamilton Heights

  • At that time most of Upper Manhattan was still rural, and it wasn't till the 1880s that the neighborhood's stately townhomes began to be built for well-to-do white residents.

    Tasting the Sweetness in Hamilton Heights

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