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Houses in England
The main types of houses in England are: Detached Semi-detached Terrace Flats (apartments) Houses come in all shapes and sizes and vary from one part of the country to the next. We have houses which are more than 500 years old as well as brand new houses. The houses on this page are all in Kent, which is in the south-east corner of England.
A Detached House A detached house is not joined to any other.
A Detached House A detached house is a house which is not joined to another house. The detached house below is a traditional house found in the south east corner of England. The lower part of the house is made from stone and the upper part has tiles.
A Tudor Detached House This house is a detached house because it not attached to any other house. It was built during the Tudor times about 400 years ago.
A Semi Detached House A semi detached house is a house which is joined to another house on one side.
A Semi-Detached House A semi detached house is a house which is joined to another house on one side. The house below was built one hundred years ago when Queen Victoria was on the throne. It is a Victorian semi-detached house.
A Block of Flats A flat is part of a bigger building where all the flats share a front door. Only cities and very big towns have flats like the one you can see below.
Terrace Houses In most towns in England, there are streets of houses joined together in long rows. They are called terrace houses (terraced houses). Lots of these have small gardens at the back.
Terrace Houses A terrace house is a house which is part of a line of houses.
Terrace Houses A 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. The house at each end is called an 'end terrace' house.
A Bungalow A bungalow is a house which is only on one floor, no stairs. It may be joined to another bungalow or might stand alone. The bungalow pictured below is made from white wooden planks. It is called a weatherboarded bungalow.
A Bungalow A bungalow is a house with no stairs, on one level. This bungalow has a room in the loft. It is called a chalet bungalow.
Oast House Many people in England live in buildings which were once built for something else other than a home. Oast Houses were not originally a building where people lived. They were part of farm buildings and were where hops (a plant from which beer is made) were layed out and dried.
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