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Townhouse
When people do not want to buy a traditional home or even a condominium, they might consider buying a townhome. A townhome is a unique structure that proves suitable for both families and for single people. Townhomes are often placed side by side and share common walls. Some people describe townhomes as a house that is divided into two separate dwellings, or a house that is divided in half. Many townhomes feature two levels, with the lower level having the kitchen and dining room, as well as a bathroom, downstairs. The upstairs levels often feature the bedrooms and an additional bathroom. Townhomes are typically found in larger metropolitan areas where housing spaces are limited. They also tend to be energy efficient and have lower heating and cooling bills than traditional homes. Homebuying experts agree that townhomes can be a great option for people who are looking for a starter home.