tract house

noun
a house forming part of a real-estate development, usually having a plan and appearance common to some or all of the houses in the development.

Origin:
1955–60

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Example sentences
The success of the tract house is one reason that cities have been losing people to suburbs.
On the other hand, he lives in a suburban-style tract house that is impeccably neat except for the room in which he works.
We moved into a tract house, the first anyone in either of my parents' families had ever owned.
There might also be a dismal suburban tract house or a bunch of plastic bottles scattered across a dirt road.
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