|| n. a room or group of rooms to live in, usually on one floor; flatUK
|| n. a number of buildings on a large piece of land – real-estate developer n.
|| n. a compartment for moving people from floor to floor in a building; liftUK
|| en suite
|| adv. forming one unit [eg: bedroom with bathroom en suite] – also adj.
|| estate agentUS
|| n. a person whose business is to sell or let land or property on behalf of others
|| first floorUS
|| n. storey of a building at the same level as the street or ground; gound floorUK
|| n. a room or group of rooms to live in, usually on one floor; apartmentUS
|| for sale
|| offered for purchase; to be sold; available to be bought
|| n. the holding of land or property for an unlimited period of time – also adj.
|| adj. [of a house, apartment etc] let with furniture – to furnish v.
|| n. space or ground surrounding a building, often with flowers, trees etc; yardUS
|| ground floorUK
|| n. storey of a building at the same level as the street or ground; first floorUS
|| n. a person who owns an apartment, house, office etc and lets it to a tenant
|| n. the holding of land or property for a predetermined period of time – also adj.
|| v. [let, let] to give the use of a building etc in return for periodic payments or rent
|| n. a compartment for moving people from floor to floor in a building; elevatorUS
|| v. to make periodic payments (monthly etc) for the use of a building etc – also n.
|| n. one of the levels of a building; floor; storyUS
|| n. a person who rents an apartment, house, office etc from a landlord
|| n. space or ground surrounding a building; garden