Definition of tract home in English:

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tract home

Pronunciation:
(also tract house)

noun

North American
A house forming part of a housing estate.
Example sentences
  • In the past, if you wanted a house that went beyond the basics provided by a tract house, you hired an architect and a contractor and built a house yourself.
  • We left a tract home on the edge of the prairie for a brick duplex, with a thatch roof and a tulip garden, on a cobblestone street.
  • I grew up in the 1970s in a tract home on Long Island in a house that was bereft of any ‘high’ culture.

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