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Our lecturer wants to Choose one Row House , find plan - section - elevation and research it.I'm looking for some row house ,easy for do this things.
has you tried with the goggle?
How many row houses must there be in a row before it's considered a 'row'?
One Row House is just A House.
It depends on if the municipality makes you stagger the facade of each row house at the party wall or not.
The row house typology is vertical, single-family, fee-simple, zero-lot-line with firewalls on both sides, with very small or no front lot line setback. Open space is to the back in a courtyard, either walled or entirely contained by the structure. They commonly have accessory structures on the rear lot line as well, particularly if they abut an alley.
Basically, if it isn't built right up against both side lot lines, it's not a row house. Multiple row houses on a block will thus form a more or less continuous building frontage at the sidewalk, though with facade variations between the individual residences.
Do your own homework or just quit school if such a simple question is already too much to do on your own.
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