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or home site  (hōm′sīt′)
A tract of land where a house has been or is planned to be built.


(Building) US and Canadian a site for building a house on



1. a plot of land for a house.
2. the house on such a plot.
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This age restricted community contains a total of 63 developed homesites and is situated on approximately 78.
Given Homesites long history of insurance innovation, were not at all surprised by their approach.
Also, Promontory debuted "The Top of the Summit," a collection of 25 luxury homesites that represent the highest elevations with panoramic views ever offered by the community.
8220;JordanBuilt Homes carefully chooses new communities for their unique homesites and neighborhood amenities, then we build a home with timeless designs, select materials and superior construction.
With this purchase, UMH now owns forty-two manufactured home communities consisting of over 9,100 developed homesites.
section 63-604 is unambiguous and does not exempt contiguous homesites not actively devoted to agriculture.
The Tree Farm, a new mixed-use community in Idaho's Treasure Valley, has announced that it has selected four Architectural Teams for its Magnolia Neighborhood, which features large homesites with custom, estate-style homes in northwest Meridian.
A new release of oceanfront homesites was announced April 28 at the Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay, an 1,100-acre private island development.
The upscale subdivision, The Woodlands, will be located close to the corner of Congo and Longhills roads and will include 425 homesites along with areas parceled for town houses and commercial projects.
In Colorado, homeowners have mostly ignored available information on protecting their homesites from fire.
Also in Fishers, Westminster is introducing new homesites and a new model home from the Americana Collection priced from the $170's.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 21, 2016-UMH Properties Acquires All-Age Ohio Community with 124 Homesites for USD 4.