A single home dwelling or "dwelling" means a structure maintained and used as a residential dwelling that is designed exclusively for occupancy by one family. It usually sits on its own land, meaning that it is not part of an apartment building.
The United States government provides a broader definition of single home dwellings. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, a single-family house is one that may be fully detached, semi-detached, a row house or a townhome. However, for a dwelling that’s attached to other homes to be considered a single-family home, it “must be separated from the adjacent unit by a ground-to-roof wall,” they note. Also, units that are attached in some way to another must not share heating or air-conditioning systems or utilities, nor have units located above or below.
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