Terraced house

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Terraced houses in the city of Ephesus, modern-day Turkey.
Terraced houses in Essex. These are typical for England.

A terraced house (in British English) or townhouse/townhome or rowhome (in North American English) is one of at least three attached dwellings in a single row. These houses are common in urban areas and typically have two or more storeys. Townhouse can also refer to a grand urban residence, especially one built in the 19th century and earlier such as brownstone houses.

Terraced houses, in Kew, London