1. A townhouse (singluarly townhome derived from "house in town") is the term historically used in the United Kingdom, Ireland and in many other countries to describe a residence of a peer or member of the aristocracy in the capital or major city. ...Source or sample of word "townhome"
2. (Townhomes) In architecture and city planning, a terrace(d), row house, linked house or townhouse (though the last term can also refer to patio houses) is a style of medium-density housing that originated in Europe in the late 17th century, where a row of identical or mirror-image houses share ...Source or sample of word "townhome"
3. (Townhomes) Generally smaller than a single-family home, this dwelling is part of a row or complex containing multiple homes of the same or similar design. Units consist of two or more floors, often with a street-level garage. ...Source or sample of word "townhome"
4. A residence, often including two or three stories, that is connected by a common wall to another residence.Source or sample of word "townhome"
5. A residence sharing a party wall(s) with adjacent residence unit(s). Ownership rights and responsibilities may or may not be subject to a registered homeowner’s association plan. Ownership typically includes a defined plot of land associated with the structure.Source or sample of word "townhome"
6. Generally used to refer to a residential design of side-by-side multiple units sharing a common wall, common roof line, and two-story construction. Each owner has deeded title to their property which is usually the size of the foundation footprint. It may include a strip in front and/or back. ...Source or sample of word "townhome"
7. Similar to Condo, in that you own a unit within a multi-unit housing complex, as well as a defined portion of the property, such as an attached yard. Like a Condo you pay a monthly HOA fee for maintenance and management of the entire complex.Source or sample of word "townhome"