I've never seen such townhouses. And probably never will. In the city I live land prices are rising very qickly. Once they rised to certain amount you can see there are multistorey multiflat houses built in place of little village cottage. So you can see sometimes high rising houses with 50 levels built on other road side from private cottages with garden. That only means cottages would sink in shade of those "anthill" some time and will demolished soon for another high rising.
Most of middle and high class families are live in flats just because greedy developers even do not plan to expand townhouse marketing. High houses should pay themselves off very qickly. Usually rising in haste with no special infrastructure and reference on local existing schools and hospitals.
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Thank you, Johnny_Bravo
Cool! That one - the third picture - looks like the store fronts of mini-malls here in Florida. LOL!
They look very clean. Not a lot of personalization or gardens to contend with... do you have floor plans?
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The front yards... yeah I think there's some kind of regulations going on, there used to be a few bigger trees here and there and I assume some roots may have messed up the pavement? No such thing in The Sims though
I sketched a plan from memory of one of the single family homes below, since I'm pretty sure that the only difference between the (Florida shop looking) townhouses and the single ones is the tower which includes the stairs. So bear in mind it's not exactly accurate. If it's not clear enough I'll sketch it up on some checkered paper
Luckily one of the other townhouses is for sale (Pending, so if you've got 415k to spare and want to move to NL, a chance!) and the website provides floor plans.