bedroomed

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  • The woman had a three-bedroomed semi-detached house, and had only one arm.
  • He was brought up in a two-bedroomed house in the Shankill Road.
  • The side streets around Walter Road are mainly residential, with mostly three bedroomed properties, mainly occupied by families.
  • Most of the housing is owned privately and the majority are three-, four- or five-bedroomed detached properties.
  • The station house, a three-bedroomed property, is still in existence having been converted to residential use, although it has been substantially altered.
  • The Speakmans converted their house from a former pub and restaurant into a nine-bedroomed house.
  • Two, three and four-bedroomed council houses were built in brick and concrete block, terraced with large rear and smaller front gardens.
  • The local convenience store also serves as the villages post office, Much of the housing in the area are two to three bedroomed properties.
  • They provide four one-bedroomed sheltered homes for the elderly.
  • In 1957 Steele bought a four-bedroomed house in South London for his parents.
  • He lives with his wife in a five-bedroomed Victorian terraced house in Chelsea, London.
  • The estate consists, principally, of two or three bedroomed detached or semi-detached housing.
  • Today three and four-bedroomed, largely working class terraced houses and semi-detached homes dominate Egremont.
  • The first with high rise accommodation, it houses 457 students in six, four or two bedroomed ensuite apartments.
  • From 1946 onwards the family lived at Hedworth View in a three-bedroomed council house.
  • The winner, a married mother of three, used the proceeds to leave Newham and start a new life in suffolk in a three bedroomed house.
  • In the tradition of the Reapers, George's new home - a small one bedroomed apartment - is that of one of her reaps.
  • The homes range from 2 bed bungalows and one bed terraces to 5 bedroomed family homes.
  • The original house was described as a "solid two-storey Victorian ten-bedroomed lodge" in 1981.
  • She was brought up in Yorkshire, in a three-bedroomed council house with her mum, dad, grandparents, aunt, uncle and cousin.
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