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dwelling

A place of habitation.

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Thus much for the house, and its appurtenances; and it will be readily acknowledged that a more commodious and appropriate dwelling for the climate and the people could not possibly be devised.
Who knows but if men constructed their dwellings with their own hands, and provided food for themselves and families simply and honestly enough, the poetic faculty would be universally developed, as birds universally sing when they are so engaged?
Ref: 14/2757/FUL Address: Land at the Grange, Wells Cottages and land east of Manor House, Egglescliffe Proposal: Change of use application to convert two barns into dwellings, construction of two dwellings and farm road.
Dwelling Protection customized to meet the estimated rebuilding cost of your rental property
Hyland Ronald & Margaret, 3475 Mountain Ash Blvd; remodel of unfinished daylight basement into living space (not a secondary dwelling unit); $35,000.
The procedure of privatization of dwellings has been approved in Turkmenistan.
Conversion of existing barns to form four dwellings and demolition of structures to form one attached dwelling, Hoyle House Farm Smith, House Lane, Lightcliffe.
The average prices of 1m2 dwelling surface are shown without VAT.
If you are wondering why the real estate market has been doing so badly lately, the recently released data on dwellings from the October 2011 census provide a good clue.
According to Eurostat, overcrowding depends upon the relation between the number of persons in a household and the number of rooms in each dwelling.
Improvements to real property directly related to the dwelling units and located on the site of the dwelling units.
Research from the Welsh Assembly Government reveal that from January to March this year there were 1,816 new dwellings started.