bachelor apartment


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bachelor apartment

A small rental dwelling unit that combines living and bedroom spaces into one room (and, sometimes, kitchen space as well). (Do not confuse with single-room occupancy, which generally has shared cooking or bathroom facilities.)

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The memo states that terms such as "mother-in-law suite," and "bachelor apartment" are commonly used descriptions of housing and should not be viewed as infractions.
Barthez has just moved into a mansion in Hale - where neighbour Roy Keane has a house worth more than pounds 1million and Teddy Sheringham has a bachelor apartment worth pounds 600,000.
Charles Cuvelier (Bohringer) is a successful advertising exec who goes to check out an ad for a luxury bachelor apartment in a marbled, art deco-ish block.
Average rent for a bachelor apartment in Metro is $415, a one bedroom $490 and a three bedroom $710.
They can see, on the coffee table of his LA bachelor apartment in the spin off series Joey, an old favourite from the toyshops of the 1970s.
I haven't got to watch what I do, and I've just got my own bachelor apartment overlooking Cardiff Bay.
The property consists of one two-story building situated on a 11,680-square-foot parcel and features six bachelor apartments, nine single units, five one-bedroom/one-bath junior apartments, three one-bedroom/one-bath units and one two-bedroom/two-bath unit.