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or home site  (hōm′sīt′)
A tract of land where a house has been or is planned to be built.
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(Building) US and Canadian a site for building a house on
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1. a plot of land for a house.
2. the house on such a plot.
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With this purchase, UMH now owns forty-two manufactured home communities consisting of over 9,100 developed homesites.
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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.