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Jul 14, 2011 by shiela
What is the Difference between Townhouses and Villas?
There’s no place like home as what the usual saying says. How do we consider a house a home? Basically, a house is just a structure while a home is something we treasure because there are memories and relationship involved. But if we talk about a structure, we can always choose for different types of houses according to what we want and what we can afford.
With the rapid urbanization of some towns and cities, there are now terms used for housing. There are terms like townhouse or villa. Townhouse and villas differ in the following ways: appearance, location, cost, and convenience.
A townhouse has a terrace d portion which means there can be verandas or patio. But modern architects consider townhouses as two-storey buildings since these are usually put up in the towns or cities where space is limited. Villas on the other hand, is a compound with a lot of amenities like swimming pool, garden, etc. Villas are inspired by Roman architecture. There are no terraces since villa is built for those who want to have serenity with nature. With the breathtaking views of gardens and landscapes, it is much more comfortable and peaceful to live in villas.
The location may also differ for townhouses and villas. Townhouses are usually located in the towns and cities where people who have homes in the rural areas live in because they work in the cities. Villas can be located on places that are not crowded.
With the cost, obviously, townhouse is cheaper than villas because villas offer lots of amenities. In ancient times, villas are for the aristocrats therefore wealthy people live in villas. For practicality, townhouses are better if you only want a place to sleep and keep your things with. There might be no garden or landscape to keep you amused but the thing is, you have a shelter to protect you.
It does not matter if your house might be a townhouse or a villa. What matters is that you are happy and comfortable with your home.
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