Row Housing definition

Row Housing means a row of contiguous houses with only front, rear and interior open spaces.
Row Housing means a group of three or more dwelling units, located side-by-side, each unit separated by a common or party wall and having a separate front and rear access to the outside grade;
Row Housing means row of houses with minimum three dwelling units attached to each other by a common wall with only front and rear open spaces.

Examples of Row Housing in a sentence

  • A Stacked Row Housing development shall have a balcony or a landscaped, outdoor amenity area for the enjoyment and recreation of the residents of the development.


More Definitions of Row Housing

Row Housing means a dwelling or dwellings, each of which consists of at least three (3) dwelling units with each unit having direct access to the outside grade, but shall not mean "apartment";
Row Housing means a row of houses on adjacent plots with a common wall with only front, rear and/or interior open spaces. The house at the end of the row shall however have side open space as prescribed.
Row Housing means development consisting of a building containing a row of two or more Dwellings joined in whole or in part at the side only with no Dwelling being placed over another in whole or in part. Each Dwelling shall be separated from the one adjoining, where they are adjoining, by a vertical Party Wall which is insulated against sound transmission. Adjoining rooms may or may not be Habitable Rooms. Each Dwelling shall have separate, individual, and direct access to grade. This Use Class includes Semi-detached Housing.Bylaw 14750December 12, 2007
Row Housing means a row of houses with only front open space and rear open space and interior open
Row Housing means a residential use where a building or buildings on a lot consist of at least three side-by-side dwelling units with each unit having direct access to the outside grade, but shall not mean “apartment”.
Row Housing means a building or portion of a building of residential occupancy, where no dwelling unit is located above another principal dwelling unit or its ancillary residential unit, and there is no common interior or exterior means of egress.”.
Row Housing. - means a group of three or more dwelling units having a common wall or structural feature, with each unit having direct access to the outside grade, but shall not mean an apartment;