Sinónimos de Types of home
adobeapartmentbachelor apartment(Canadian)a flat consisting of one room that is used as a sitting room and bedroom, as well as a kitchenette and a bathroom back-to-backa house or terrace built in back-to-back style barrackan improvised hut bedsitterblack house (Scottish)a type of thatched house, usually made of turf, formerly found in the highlands and islands of Scotland board-and-shingle (Caribbean)boarding houseboothbungalowa one-storey house, sometimes with an attic bunkerbut and ben (Scottish)a two-roomed cottage consisting of an outer room or kitchen (but) and an inner room (ben) cabina small simple dwelling; hut caboose (Canadian)an insulated cabin on runners, equipped with a stove camboosea cabin built as living quarters for a gang of lumbermen Cape Cod cottagea rectangular house one or one-and-one-half stories high, with a gable roof caravancastlea large magnificent house, esp when the present or former home of a nobleman or prince chaleta type of wooden house of Swiss origin, typically low, with wide projecting eaves chateau or châteauchattel houseconsulatecot or cote (dialect)a small cottage cottagea small simple house, esp in a rural area cottage flatany of the flats in a two-storey house that is divided into four flats, two on each floor crannogcrofta small enclosed plot of land, adjoining a house, worked by the occupier and his family, esp in Scotland dacha(Russian)a country house or cottage in Russia deanerydigsdoss houseduplex or duplex apartment (US, Canadian)a duplex apartment or house embassyfarmhousea house attached to a farm, esp the dwelling from which the farm is managed flata flat object, surface, or part flatleta flat having only a few rooms flophousea cheap lodging house, esp one used by tramps flotelgarretthe space, room, or rooms just below the roof of a house, esp. a sloping roof; attic grangea farm, esp a farmhouse or country house with its various outbuildings guest househaciendaa ranch or large estate halla room serving as an entry area within a house or building hoganhostela supervised lodging house for nurses, workers, etc hotelhousea building used as a home; dwelling houseboata stationary boat or barge used as a home hovelhuta small house or shelter, usually made of wood or metal igloo or iglua dome-shaped Inuit house, usually built of blocks of solid snow inna pub or small hotel providing food and accommodation lake dwellinglodgea small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion, usually occupied by a gatekeeper or gardener log cabina small house made of logs long housea long communal dwelling of the Iroquois and other North American Indian peoples. It often served as a council house as well maisonetteself-contained living accommodation often occupying two floors of a larger house and having its own outside entrance manor(in medieval Europe) the manor house of a lord and the lands attached to it manse(in certain religious denominations) the house provided for a minister mansiona large and imposing house mattamoremews (informal)mobile homemotela roadside hotel for motorists, usually having direct access from each room or chalet to a parking space or garage motor caravanmud hutpalaceparsonagepenthousea flat or maisonette built onto the top floor or roof of a block of flats pied-à-terrea flat, house, or other lodging for secondary or occasional use prefaba building that is prefabricated, esp a small house priorya religious house governed by a prior, sometimes being subordinate to an abbey ranchrath (Irish)rectorythe official house of a rector rest-homean old people's home roadhousesemia semidetached house shacka roughly built hut shantya ramshackle hut; crude dwelling shooting boxa small country house providing accommodation for a shooting party during the shooting season show housea house on a new estate that is decorated and furnished for prospective buyers to view single-end (Scottish, dialect)sluma squalid overcrowded house, etc starter homea compact flat or house marketed by price and size specifications to suit the requirements of first-time home buyers stately homea large mansion, esp one open to the public studio flata flat with one main room taverntenement(now esp in Scotland) a large building divided into separate flats tenttepeea cone-shaped tent of animal skins used by certain North American Indians town housetrailer (US, Canadian)tree housea small house built in a tree, esp for children to play in tupik or tupek (Canadian)(esp in the Arctic) a tent of animal skins, a traditional type of Inuit summer dwelling vicaragevilla(in ancient Rome) a country house, usually consisting of farm buildings and residential quarters around a courtyard whare (New Zealand)a Māori hut or dwelling place wigwam ▷ See home
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