stacked townhouse definition

stacked townhouse means a building, other than a townhouse or apartment building, containing at least 3 dwelling units, each dwelling unit being separated from the other vertically and/or horizontally, and each dwelling unit having an entrance to grade shared with no more than 3 other units;
stacked townhouse means a Residential Building, other than a Plex, Townhouse, Back-to-Back Townhouse or Apartment Building, containing at least 3 Dwelling Units, each Dwelling Unit being separated from the other vertically and/or horizontally and each Dwelling Unit having an entrance to Grade that may be shared with no more than 3 other units;
stacked townhouse means a building with four or more dwelling units divided horizontally or vertically each with an entrance that is independent or through a shared landing and/or external stairwell,

More Definitions of stacked townhouse

stacked townhouse means each of two (2) Townhouses that is attached horizontally to the other Townhouse, two (2) Townhouses high;
stacked townhouse means a building designed to contain three (3) or more dwelling units attached side by side, two (2) units high, with each dwelling unit having an independent entrance at grade level, which entrance may be from a vestibule used jointly by two (2) units, and a private open space area. An upper unit may utilize a portion of the roof of a lower unit in the provision of a private open space area.
stacked townhouse means a building containing two or more dwelling units, each dwelling separates horizontally and/or vertically from another dwelling unit by a common wall;
stacked townhouse means a building, other than a plex, townhouse or apartment building, that contains at least 3 attached dwelling units that (a) are joined by common side walls with dwelling units entirely or partially above another; and (b) have a separate entrance to grade;
stacked townhouse means a building, other than a duplex, triplex, townhouse, or apartment building, containing at least 3 dwelling units, each dwelling unit separated vertically and/or horizontally and each dwelling unit having a separate entrance to grade;
stacked townhouse means a building containing three or more dwelling units attached side by side, two units high, where each unit has an independent entrance to the unit from the outside.