homesite

noun
home·site | \ˈhōm-ˌsīt \

Definition of homesite 

: a location of or suitable for a home

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Buyers can take advantage of this final chance to own 25-plus-acre homesites located 13 miles from San Antonio, and have access to saving incentives going on during the sale. Houston Chronicle, "Canyon Creek Preserve Phase III land sale going on now," 20 May 2018 During the National Sales Event, home buyers can browse an expansive variety of home styles and homesites in communities situated in the most sought-after locations throughout Houston. Houston Chronicle, "Toll Brothers' National Sales Event spotlights limited-time incentives," 26 Jan. 2018 The new model highlights floor plans for homes situated on 45-foot homesites. Staff Report, Houston Chronicle, "Builders unveil four model homes in Jordan Ranch," 12 June 2018 With 119 homesites, the first house was completed in February. Mary Shanklin, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Orlando Health Physicians Associates buildings sell," 13 Apr. 2018 The new release includes coveted spacious homesites with giant oak trees and stunning views. Houston Chronicle, "Building Houston:," 20 May 2018 Initially, says Koones, modular homes were fairly basic and boxy, but over time architects, builders and factory owners have improved their methods, and nearly anything that can be built on a homesite can now be assembled first in a factory. Michele Lerner, sacbee, "Prefabs’ appeal is going up quickly," 29 June 2018 That acreage also includes many scenic lakes, creating prime waterfront homesites for new homes. Houston Chronicle, "Elyson offers lakefront living from five leading home builders," 24 June 2018 Buyers have reserved about a third of the homesites, which range from $850,000 to $2 million, said Julie Bettosini, co-founder of Stockworth Realty Group. Mary Shanklin, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Possible Indian burial grounds could delay million-dollar homes," 9 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of homesite

1857, in the meaning defined above

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