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gated community

a group of houses or apartment buildings protected by gates, walls, or other security measures. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • In some circles, there's even something aristocratic about it: it becomes the key to a gated community.
  • That's the logic of the gated community, and it works about as well online as it does off.
  • If security cannot be found in location alone, perhaps it can be found in a development type--the gated community.
  • The development property is a gated community with private roads.
  • The addition of a gated community or a new high rise building may pose similar challenges.
  • The property is located in a gated community that is well manicured.
  • Bidders must have a copy of this flyer to gain access to the gated community for open houses and auction.
  • If you live in a gated community please provide a gate access code.
  • It provides affordable housing for up to two years in an attractive, secure, gated community.
  • If you are driving into a gated community, call ahead to have the gate opened.

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