What does low built mean?
Asked on Jul 1 2013,
General in Norwich |
Getting an accurate description for this has been quite difficult, as many speculate things such as bungalows and others seemed to think it was more in reference to the foundations of the home.
However, the most common definition I managed to find is one that is used in the capital very often to describe a certain shape or area of a property.
It seems to refer exclusively to London homes, and it is a way of telling you that the property is wider than it is tall. It is simply so that a buyer knows they aren't buying, for example, a five-storey town house, which turns out be very narrow and is essentially one room on top of another.
Hopefully this helps.
Answered on Jul 3 2013,
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