Flash house

a house frequented by flash people, as thieves and whores; hence, a brothel.
- Macaulay.

See also: Flash

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
There were the junior clerks of flash houses - young gentlemen with tight coats, bright boots, well-oiled hair, and supercilious lips.
Neighbour Flash House Brewery has been selected to provide some 'house' beers and selected as the only brewery pouring on a permanent basis, and local gins and rum will also be on sale.
The venue's drinks menu will incorporate O'donnell Moonshine Cocktails alongside a selection from local breweries including Mordue, Firebrick, Allendale, Anarchy, Flash House and Black Storm.
The Blind Pig's drinks menu will incorporate O'donnell Moonshine Cocktails alongside a fantastic selection of local brewerys including Mordue, Firebrick, Allendale, Anarchy, Flash House and Black Storm.
Lobo Rojo -- which means red wolf -- currently serves up a mix of Mexican treats at the Flash House Brewery every Saturday, where its quesadillas and taco trios are building up a faithful following.
Sterling buys big, flash house (for his mum, as it turns out, bless him) days after England's Euro exit, Sterling flies Easyjet, Sterling eats a pasty from Greggs.
Fast forward a few years and he's one of Britain's biggest stars - and now he's got the suitably flash London pad to go with it, complete with a flash house guest and equally flash neighbours.
Eisenhauer has big plans for Sweet, including "Sweet Southern Sundays.'' Enjoy the chef's Southern-inspired food, and country line dancing led by Jason Mayotte, photographer with Flash House Studio in Worcester who also teaches line dancing a few nights a week.
The customer service worker, who moved from Newport to Oldbury, Birmingham, with her then two-year-old son after splitting up with his dad more than 20 years ago, said: "Tony thought he could make money by selling drugs, but he had nothing to show for it - he wasn't a flash drug dealer, he didn't have flash cars or a flash house."
Pensioner Ruby Pensil, 71, said: "I've lived in Grimsby all my life and I would not move - why would I want a big, flash house? "I know everyone in the town and there's everything here anyone could need."
I think there were his mother's relatives.'' George was kept in the Isle of Man during World War I and by then he had six children and had a farm called Flash House Farm Fartown.
If you have a high-paying job and you lose it, most would realise that the flash house and car would have to go.