In order to speak about houses, you should know the proper vocabulary.
Detached house - a building is not joined to another building
Semi-detached house - a house has one wall that is joined to another house
Terraced house - a house that is joined to the houses on either side of it by shared walls
Fence - a wood, wire, or metal structure that divides or goes around an area
Gate - the part of a fence or outside wall that opens and closes like a door
Doorbell - a button that you press next to a door that makes a noise to let someone know that you are there
Roof - the surface that covers the top of a building or vehicle
Path - a long, narrow area of ground for people to walk along
Stairs - a set of steps from one level in a building to another
Balcony - a small area joined to the wall outside a room on a high level where you can stand or sit
Own a house - to have a house that legally belongs to you
Rent - a fixed amount of money that you pay regularly for the use of a room, house, car, television, etc. that someone else owns
Mortgage - an agreement that allows you to borrow money from a bank or similar organization, especially in order to buy a house
Landlord - a person or organization that owns a building or an area of land and is paid by other people for the use of it
I pay a higher rent than the other tenants because my room is bigger.
They took out a £400,000 mortgage.
The landlord had promised to redecorate the bedrooms before we moved in.