Habitation; place or house in which a person lives; abode; domicile.
a shelter (as a house or building) in which people live in Scriptures: Tehillim (Psalms) 91:10 II Chronicles (Dibre ha Yamim) 6:2
The premises where a household lives. May be a house, flat, caravan, boat, etc. It is a place, not a group of people.
A house, flat, maisonette or bungalow; accommodation for a household.
Self-contained living space, such as a house, bungalow or flat.
housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
a building in which a person or persons reside
an apartment or house, in most cases
an HMO if it is occupied by more than one household and amenities are shared
a place where someone lives and sleeps
a room or suite of rooms and its accessories in a permanent building or structurally separated part thereof which by the way it has been built, rebuilt, converted, etc, is intended for private habitation
a separate set of living quarters with a private entrance from the outside or from a common hallway or stairway inside the building
a structure in which humans or other animals live
a structure in which people or animals live
The living quarters occupied, or intended for occupancy, by a household.
This amount of insurance applies to the dwelling described in the policy and any attached structures. Building equipment and outdoor equipment used for servicing of the building and located on the described premises is also covered. Back to list of terms.
Any building that is used only for humans, including any permitted home occupation but excluding hotels, motels and rooming and boarding houses; a home.
Any building or structure, or part thereof, used, or intended to be used, for the purpose of human habitation. The building or structure can be permanent, temporary or mobile.
Your “dwelling” coverage applies to your home and “attached structures” such as a garage or carport. Permanently installed outdoor equipment on the premises, such as a swimming pool and the equipment attached to it, is included. Building materials for use in construction, alteration or repair of the insured dwelling or related structures on the premises are covered, too, if they are on the site or adjacent to it. Theft and vandalism losses during construction are usually not covered. You may apply up to 10% of the amount of insurance on your dwelling to insure building fixtures and fittings, such as mirrors or air conditioners that may have been removed temporarily for repair or seasonal storage. You may apply up to 5% of your insurance to trees, plants and shrubs (weather damage excluded); but there is often a limit for any one item. Separate structures and buildings on the same premises as the primary dwelling are also covered for specified amounts, usually up to 10% of the main coverage. This could apply to detached garages, tool sheds, retaining walls, and even landscaping. If 10% seems too low, consider buying additional coverage.
Premises where a person lives.
A dwelling is a building occupied principally by people as a home. A dwelling policy will sometimes restrict the number of families allowed coverage (usually one to four families).
A house in which people live, as distinguished from a store, factory or any other building.
A building or structure in which people live. This can be a building, such as a house, part of a building, such as a flat, or it could be a caravan, a tent or humpy.
A house or other building which serves as a home.
A building occupied exclusively for residential purposes by not more than two families.
A place in which people live.
Any building, or portion thereof, which is designed or used primarily for residential purposes, including single family, two family, or multifamily but not including hotels, motels, boarding houses, lodging houses, and tourist dwellings. An attached garage for purposes of determining the front, side and rear yards, shall be considered a part of the dwelling.
Refers to a set of living quarters in which a person or group of persons resides or could reside.
A dwelling is a house in which people live, as distinguished from a garage, storage building or any other building.
A building or portion thereof that contains not more than two dwelling units.
Dwelling - as well as being a term for a house, or for living somewhere, or for lingering somewhere - is a philosophical concept which was developed by Martin Heidegger. This approach to being-in-the-world, has, and is being, used in various branches of the social sciences to think about landscape, place and nature society relations.