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I live in a 2 bed flat with 2 bathrooms and an open plan living area, but no garden
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I live in a 4 bed terraced house full of gaps in the walls and damp, with a tiny space in the back for the bins.
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Second floor of a council flat, 2 bedrooms with 4 people, so no garden and I sleep in the living room. :woo:
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3 bed house with one bathroom, a spare toilet, and a garden.

Up until 4 months ago I lived in a 2 bedroom upper floor flat with no garden. And I shared a room with my sister (we're both over twenty). It was not fun. This is much better and it's the first time I've had my own room and a garden since I was very young.
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I live in a five bedroom detached house that's lovely inside but it's on a main road and has a public footpath running down one side plus it's right opposite a state school so come summer time and I want to sit in the garden all I can hear at 3:15pm is the screams of 15 year old plebs arguing over a cigarette.
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Family home: semi-detached, 5 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, a conservatory, a kitchen, 2 bathrooms, a garden.

Student house: terraced, 5 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, 2 bathrooms, a TINY garden.
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right now i live in a 3 bedroom villa in a compound in Jeddah but in the UK we have a semi detached 3 bedroom house.
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Detached house with 11 rooms , 3 bathrooms, 4 toilets, 2 kitchen, a tower, a garden.
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Basement. Just a basement
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A small one, with lots of mould.
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2 bedroom flat with my 3 siblings and mother
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Living at home with my mom and siblings atm:
4 beds, 2.5 bathrooms, large computer/electronics/library room, kitchen with a dining table, large living room, dining room, detached garage, garden + terrace, fully detached, in a suburb with upwardly mobile families, next to the north sea, 20-40 mins to get to town.

It's alright, but there are barely any people my age here.. Sucks because I'm self-studying as well, so my time is mostly spent at home aha.

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I live in a 2 bed flat in East Oxford with my boyfriend, with a kitchen, bathroom, living and attic, which is amazing because it´s perfect for hanging all our damp laundry! It´s first floor and perfectly sized for two students, but outside gets super loud in the middle of the night because all the people who live here and the Oxford Brookes students come back from nights out and yell drunkenly all the way up our street, even though it´s off the main road

At least it´s better than all the sirens and Oxford Uni students you´d hear when living in college in the centre of Oxford...
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5 bedroom, detached, 2 living rooms, utility n whatnot, 4 bathrooms, kitchen I guess, with a garden, not on a main road cute little neighbourhood but there's like a field park thing in front and there's a boys football club at like 9AM EVERY FREAKING WEEKND RUINING MY SLEEP.

like 10 mins away from school but cause of traffic takes 20.

but apart from that it's great.
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The usually four bed semi detached on the road next to an awful high school. Decent sized garden, MASSIVE KITCHEN. three decent sized bedrooms plus an upstairs lounge, one bathroom (downstairs) and an open plan dining room/living room
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a bungalow


6 bedrooms, conservatory, lounge, kitchen, garden and patio
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5 bedroomed detached house with two living rooms, two dining rooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen, although one of the dining rooms is mainly a home for our dogs and the other living room is abandoned, pretty big front & back garden too with a horse stable and all that stuff. Still feels too small at times with 6 of us living here it can be a mad house haha
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5 bed semi, with 2 living rooms, a kitchen and utility room, 2 bathrooms, large garage, loft, big garden and 2 car driveway.
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3 bedroom house, 1 living room, 1 bathroom, a kitchen and one bathroom that I share with 3 siblings, my dad and my mum
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I live in a detached 4 bedroom house with a living room dining room utility room 3 bathrooms however the walls are very thin as its a relatively new build (17 years old)and therefore it isn't as heat efficient as some of the older houses which are nice and toasty :P
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