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142 flats and maisonettes case study. by T. P. Holmes

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Published .
Written in English


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As nouns the difference between flat and maisonette is that flat is an area of level ground or flat can be (archaic|new england|now chiefly british) an apartment while maisonette is a small house. As an adjective flat is having no variations in height. As an adverb flat is so as to be flat. As a verb flat is (poker slang) to make a flat call; to call without.   A flat is all on one level, a maisonette is basically a flat with an upstairs within a building of other flats, however, some maisonettes have their own entrance for instance they are above shops with their own side entrance, but so do some flats e.g. basement flats. A two bedroom first floor maisonette with a private rear garden, parking facility, no chain, residue of an approximate year lease, accommodation ideal for the discerning first time or investment purchaser and a most convenient location within yards or so of the River Thames and adjacent.   A maisonette is a house on top of another house or flat. Where a flat has all its rooms on one level, a maisonette has two levels with its own internal stairs. An Upper maisonette is obviously the one above (not on ground level). There will either be a single storey flat or a two storey house on the ground level, and then yours is above this.

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