Houses in England. Who owns houses in England?. 2\3 of the people in England and the rest of Britain own or in the process of buying their own houses. What are houses like?.
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2\3 of the people in England and the rest of Britain own or in the process of buying their own houses
Most houses in England are made of stone or brick from the local area where the houses are built. The colours of the stones and bricks vary across the country
A detached house is not joined to any other
A semi detached house is a house which is joined to another house on one side.
Terrace house is a house which is part of a line of houses. It is a house which is joined to other houses on two sides
A flat is part of a bigger
building where all the flats
share a front door.
A bungalow is a house which is only on one
floor, no stairs. It may be joined to another
bungalow or might stand alone.