A townhome is designed with all the features of an independent single family home in the limited available space. The floor plan conserves the land designated for lawns and large external parking areas in single family homes, making the property more affordable. Moreover, the shared community space and common walls reduce the maintenance cost considerably. Overall, they are the best option available to families that want to enjoy the features of individual homes at an affordable rent.
Most contemporary townhomes have a wide range of features and amenities for the comfort and convenience of their residents. Besides independent washer-dryer units, spacious kitchens, and central air conditioning installed inside the townhomes, they sometimes also offer such community features as swimming pools, fitness centers, and tennis courts. They also may be safer than independent houses due to their proximity to other homes in the neighborhood, while still having the privacy of separate, independent enclosures.
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A townhouse , or town house as used in North America, Asia, Australia, South Africa and parts of Europe, is a type of terraced housing. A modern town house is often one with a small footprint on multiple floors. The term originally referred in British usage to the city residence (normally in London) of someone whose main or largest residence was a country house.
Historically, a town house was the city residence of a noble or wealthy family, who would own one or more country houses in which they lived for much of the year. From the 18th century, landowners and their servants would move to a townhouse during the social season (when major balls took place). 
In the United Kingdom most townhouses were terraced (see Terraced houses in the United Kingdom ). Only a small minority of them, generally the largest, were detached, but even aristocrats whose country houses had grounds of hundreds or thousands of acres often lived in terraced houses in town. For example, the Duke of Norfolk owned Arundel Castle in the country, while his London house, Norfolk House , was a terraced house in St James's Square over 100 feet (30 meters) wide.
In the United States and Canada, a townhouse has two connotations. The older predates the automobile and denotes a house on a small footprint in a city, but because of its multiple floors (sometimes six or more), it has a large living space, often with servants' quarters. The small footprint of the townhouse allows it to be within walking or mass-transit distance of business and industrial areas of the city yet luxurious enough for wealthy residents of the city. 
Townhouses are expensive where detached single-family houses are uncommon, such as in New York City, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto, Washington, DC, and San Francisco.
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