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Is there a difference between a maisonette and a flat?

What is a maisonette?

Asked on Jul 11 2016, General in London | Report content

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  • A maisonette has its own entrance to the street. A flat is entered by way of a shared hall or stairway.

    Answered on Jul 12 2016, Report content
  • Hello there, A maisonette is usually spread over two floors - typically the top ones - though this isn't a rule in the UK. Here they're flats that have their own separate, private entrance. Since they're usually top floor properties, you'll often find them above retail establishments. Many thanks, Dan

    Answered on Jul 12 2016, Report content

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