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residential

adjective domestic, domiciliary, fit for habitation, home, household, inhabited, living, not commercial, not public, occupied, private
Associated concepts: residential area, residential property, residential purposes, residential use
See also: domestic, habitable, household
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Long-Irwin says in their findings last year, a Thunder Bay residential property valued at $100,000 paid $1,600 in municipal taxes, while commercial and industrial properties worth $100,000 pay on average, $7,400.
who specified elements in residential scale and proportion, and in keeping with current home-design trends (planning an eating counter along the work island, for example).
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