condo vs townhouse

condo townhouse

Definitions

  • 1) A condominium.
  • 2) one of the units in a condominium.
  • 3) a condominium

Definitions

  • 1) a house in an urban setting
  • 2) a row house
  • 3) dated town hall
  • 4) A residence in a city, especially in contrast to a residence in the country.
  • 5) A row house, especially one designed as a single-family residence.
  • 6) A building devoted to the public used of a town; a townhall.
  • 7) a house that is one of a row of identical houses situated side by side and sharing common walls

Examples

  • 1) Maylene was now established in a condo half an hour's ride away.
  • 2) Zerk and I were driving out through the suburbs to Heather's condo in Sudbury.
  • 3) Maybe take a vacation to Disneyworld for Barn and then a condo on Myrtle Beach for a while.
  • 4) For five decades he'd run a sports book out of his 92 condo up in Hallandale.
  • 5) ‘Over my shoulder you see some of those famous high-rise condos that you see along south Florida's coast.’
  • 6) ‘The only difference is that a wall of high rise condos, office buildings and hotels surround the zone.’
  • 7) ‘Battle noted that a second phase of 206 high-rise units and seven condos are planned.’
  • 8) ‘They're wanting to build high rises or apartment complexes or condos.’
  • 9) ‘Paradise found, and bought: Second cousin to hotel condos is fractional ownership in resort hotels.’
  • 10) ‘For the life of me, I cannot understand why people move into condos and deed restricted areas with association rules.’
  • 11) ‘Developers buy old, unused, dilapidated hotels and redevelop them into brand new upscale luxury condos.’
  • 12) ‘When I'm old and can't make it up the stairs you can stick me in one of those condos downtown that overlooks the ancient river.’
  • 13) ‘Put more simply, if you are a housesitter, you can eat the food in the fridge, but you can't sell the house and turn it into condos.’
  • 14) ‘Lawyer for the church Carl Primavera says the 17 luxury condos will stick up like a finger in the middle of the block.’
  • 15) ‘He thinks vacations should be spent in hotels or condos equipped with cable-enhanced televisions.’
  • 16) ‘The couple was the first to purchase one of 15 condos in the buildings that date back to the late 1700s.’
  • 17) ‘There are themed condos where the buildings, the interiors and the common areas are decorated like jungles.’
  • 18) ‘The site has been sold, and will be razed to make room for condos and upscale shops.’
  • 19) ‘Much of that sensation of displacement came from the question of the condo hanging over my head.’
  • 20) ‘We had the best of both worlds - the comfort of a condo and the exotic landscape of Mexico.’
  • 21) ‘This past year, as the piano has sat alone in the empty condo, I've felt badly for her.’
  • 22) ‘One of my oddest memories is of sitting with a group of friends in the living room of a small condo he had in Encino.’
  • 23) ‘If I do, I might as well give it up, move into a condo, and get myself a nice easy chair.’
  • 24) ‘Inevitably as we pack the remaining contents of my condo the boxes of photos had to surface.’

Examples

  • 1) There was no answer at their rented terraced townhouse.
  • 2) It contains 45 terraced townhouses and a large communal garden where residents hold a summer party.
  • 3) The centre is a converted Victorian townhouse with five furnished ensuite bedrooms and residents are expected to stay for six months to a year.
  • 4) You should get change from 125,000 for a refurbished Victorian townhouse with partial sea views.
  • 5) Victorian townhouses from 260,000 or 400,000 for listed properties.
  • 6) Tell me about the property Mainly extremely grand Victorian townhouses.
  • 7) It's a cool townhouse with elegant rooms and superb Bosphorus views from the roof terrace.
  • 8) A three-bedroom townhouse will sell for about 440,000.
  • 9) ‘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.’
  • 10) ‘The garden cannot be seen from the road because it is at the rear of a terrace town house in Goat Street.’
  • 11) ‘Possible evidence of this was found in the form of a gold solidus in the concrete floor of a town house at Carlisle (the coin seems to have been accidentally dropped into the wet concrete - a huge financial loss).’
  • 12) ‘Excavations have revealed a number of buildings, the most notable of which was a large town house with mosaic floors, discovered in 1923 but covered by a later building.’
  • 13) ‘We had a whole 4 floors of a town house between Park and Madison my parents rented and when it became available for $60K, my dad figured it was way too expensive.’
  • 14) ‘So he designed his own home, a town house at No.13 Lincoln's Inn Fields in London, to showcase his holdings.’
  • 15) ‘As Diana Archibald has argued, station houses in the bush utilized spatial patterns unlike those found in a British town house or country home, thus necessitating new cultural practices and domestic routines.’
  • 16) ‘Perhaps he should have noted its proximity to the site of Clarendon House, the ambitious town house of the Earl of Clarendon, the one chief minister whose commitment to artistic and intellectual values matched his own.’
  • 17) ‘We plough through pools of water along St Mary's Street to the town centre, splashing brollies on legs as we turn into St Cuthbert Street and pull up outside Bay Tree House, a Georgian town house on High Street and our home for the night.’
  • 18) ‘One of the most fruitful gardens I've seen is one I spotted this summer in the paved forecourt of a town house.’
  • 19) ‘York Story was the start with Fairfax House made into a town house, No 31 offices and store for the museum, and No 32 a café with picnic area, toilets and museum workshops to the rear, all accessible to the public.’
  • 20) ‘He will market his A-listed town house - which is in Kirklee Terrace and dates from the 1840s - in the new year at offers over £750,000.’
  • 21) ‘The Barkers did well enough to be able to build a town house at Prospect, which they named Baldina House and retired to in 1873.’
  • 22) ‘While they were gone, a pipe burst upstairs in their home, a town house in southeastern Massachusetts.’
  • 23) ‘The medieval buildings at the rear will also be redeveloped, with repairs being carried out to the Georgian town house, walls and vault.’
  • 24) ‘Built in the 19th century as a town house by the rector of St Michael le Belfry Church, it later became a council hostel before being transformed into a luxury hotel.’
  • 25) ‘Her efforts saved officers search time and they were able to pull the pair through smoke from the top floor of the three-storey town house.’
  • 26) ‘As a result, his finances became depleted, he was unable to pay his rent and had to leave his town house and move to very modest accommodation, and at one stage was forced to go on public assistance.’
  • 27) ‘The carriage stopped in front of a large town house.’
  • 28) ‘That paved the way for Patricia to purchase a home, allowing the sisters to stop leasing their town house for $950 a month.’
  • 29) ‘Swaythling Housing Society has submitted a planning application to the council to build 12 three-storey town houses, three two-storey homes and eight flats on a car park and disused shopping precinct adjacent to St Helier Place.’
  • 30) ‘Blacksmith's Forge is a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments and three-storey town houses with two or three bedrooms.’
  • 31) ‘Now builders Caplin Developments want to put up 12 three-storey town houses with parking and gardens.’
  • 32) ‘Typical is the planned construction in the very short stretch of Heworth Green between Monkbridge roundabout and Mill Lane of 575 homes, some three-storey town houses, and four office blocks of two storeys each.’
  • 33) ‘Under the plans, nine three-storey town houses and four three-storey detached houses with double garages would have been created on the site.’
  • 34) ‘Developers DC Kennedy Homes Ltd submitted plans to Bolton Council to build 16 three-storey town houses on the site.’
  • 35) ‘Phase two is being built next door; the seven two- and three-storey, three-bed town houses are in the same style and cost £650,000 - £750,000.’
  • 36) ‘Builders Jones Homes have lodged an application with City of York Council to pull down Fulford Road's Gimcrack Hotel, and replace it with 19 three-storey town houses.’
  • 37) ‘Potential noise from a nearby industrial site was the main reason given for refusal of plans to build seven three-storey town houses on land at 42 Sackville Street, Skipton.’
  • 38) ‘If this is so in what way do 72 three-storey town houses and a large block of flats help to resolve it?’
  • 39) ‘Burley-in-Wharfedale based Burley Developments Limited, has applied to build seven apartments and 14 three-storey town houses surrounding a new open courtyard at the site.’
  • 40) ‘The Frog and the City Arms have closed; time has been called on Layerthorpe Working Men's Club; and now builders Jones Homes want to pull down the Gimcrack on Fulford Road and build 19 three-story town houses there instead.’
  • 41) ‘Plans for two and three-storey residential developments along Forrest Street will include nine town houses and two apartment buildings.’
  • 42) ‘The scheme's signature pieces are the five-storey town houses, which border three sides of the square.’
  • 43) ‘The fourth bid is solely a property deal involving development of 90 apartments and town houses.’
  • 44) ‘There will be a total of 141 properties, of which 12 will be town houses and the remainder two and three-bedroom apartments.’
  • 45) ‘Of course, that is what they were originally - grand town houses for the Empire's second city in the 19th century, although most of the homes for the 21st century will be somewhat modest in comparison.’
  • 46) ‘Then you'll come home years later - tanned, cultured and a thousand times more intelligent that me - and settle down with a respectable man, have 2.4 children, a dog, a town house and cottage in the country.’
  • 47) ‘Beckford traveled on the Continent frequently during the 1780s and 1790s and maintained residences in Lisbon and Paris as well as a town house in London.’
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