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Synonyms for maisonette

a self-contained apartment (usually on two floors) in a larger house and with its own entrance from the outside


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a small house

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6 per cent, largely comprising bungalows and maisonettes.
The maisonettes were demolished in July and will be replaced by 92 new homes.
e HMO in question was a maisonette whose living accommodation was set out over two storeys of a four-storey building".
Two years ago the Tesco consortium was one of four short-listed for the ambitious redevelopment plan for Hebburn's 1960s centre and 170 maisonette homes which were described as depressing.
Mr Bascran added: 'Unfortunately, one child was discovered dead in the maisonette and a second child, rescued by breathing apparatus crews and taken to (the nearby) St Helier hospital, was pronounced dead at the hospital
Unfortunately one child was discovered dead in the maisonette and a second child, rescued by crews and taken to St Helier hospital, was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The Maisonettes were created around songs Col Mason and Mark Tibenham had written and which were recorded at Johnny Haynes' Zella studios in Birmingham.
Many of the maisonettes have stood vacant for some time and have become regular targets for vandals.
THE first phase of a scheme to improve a block of shops and maisonettes at Countisbury Avenue, Llanrumney, Cardiff, has been completed.
In the long main block are maisonettes which vary in size from [50m.
A MAN was fighting for his life last night after a block of maisonettes was ripped apart by a massive gas blast.
After a two-year renovation, The Printing House West Village has opened new landscaped garden mews surrounded by two ground-up townhouses and three maisonettes designed by architect Andrew Kotchen and his firm Workshop/APD.
THE last of a town's iconic maisonettes came down with a bang after scaffolding and rubble crashed to the ground just feet from the homes of tens of elderly residents.
Now - following a High Court ruling - it's claimed they were issued incorrectly after officers wrongly interpreted legislation on upper maisonettes.
Officers responded to the emergency call in a matter of minutes where they found the front door to one of the maisonettes had been broken down - and one of the suspects stood outside the address.