two-family house

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two-family house

[too-fam-uh-lee, -fam-lee]
noun
a house designed for occupation by two families in contiguous apartments, as on separate floors.
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It is a two-family house with the upper apartment rented.
The subject premises has a certificate of occupancy for a two-family house.
The building you live in is a two-family house and one of the apartments has
  been divided.
The agents then knocked on the door to the upstairs apartment of the two-family
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