What is a detached house?
For the most part, when people think of a detached house, they imagine a home not attached to another. In Mississauga, people desire detached houses more than any other type for these reasons:
There are no shared walls like semi-detached or townhouses and condo apartments. Also, there is less chance of hearing what the neighbour is doing and vice versa.
The generally detached houses are better and have more land than other types; they tend to be worth more money than semis and townhouses.
Architecturally, detached homes tend to be styled in an appealing cohesive way. In attached house scenario, one neighbour may choose to paint the front and garage door in a colour that clashes with the other neighbour's design choices, making an ununiformed look.
With a detached house, neighbours do not share building structures and walls. Fire will take more time to spread from one home to another, depending on each other's houses' distance.
Usually, the detached house has a front yard, back yard, and an area on either side of the house, connecting the front and back of the property. With more land, the owner has more space they can utilize.