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or bi·lev·el (bī′lĕv′əl)
1. Having or existing on two levels: a bi-level passenger coach; a bi-level marketing campaign.
2. Divided vertically into two ground-floor levels: a bi-level home.
A dwelling that is divided vertically into two ground-floor levels.
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Located at the ground floor, the Garden Suites and Garden Villas are spacious three and four-bedroom bi-level homes with an integrated 74 to 85 sqm private garden-a perfect space to celebrate life's best moments or a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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