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Living in a detached-house is a dream of any British persons. Why can a
detached-house attract more British person? Why is a detached-house more desirable
than a convenient flat, with many modern utilities? The simple reason for this weird fact
is that a detached-house is a symbol of their expectation about privacy and "the
importance attached to ownership which seem to be at the heart of the British attitude to
housing".
Firstly, to the British, privacy is something that's very important. It can be
expressed through the separation between private property and public ones. The British
saying has said that "An English man's home is his castle." Why people have mentioned
castle instead of a flat or any department. In order to explain this, we can consider
"castle" as one detached-house. With this house, people will not share anything they have
to anyone. For example, in flat, you share the corridor outside your front door with your
residents on the same floor or in this building. Due to this sharing, it has made annoy to
the British. Therefore, people in Britain rarely choose living in a flat. Therefore, flats are
unsuccessful in Britain. This separation has been shown clearly in law and custom of the
British. They have no right to force people clear the road in front of their house even they
often use pavement to park their cars. They do not care about how the road is clean and
tidy or not because it is out of their domain. More clearly about this division, people in
Britain prefer having a small yard before their houses, they allow residents putting small
fence or wall around them. This fence is used to prevent children from entering their
yards. To sum up, demarcation between public property and private ones in British has
been profound.
Second is about their feeling about "homes". It has some suprised facts.
Although they have reverence to their house or in other words "home" is more important
than "house", they're ready to sell them when the price and time is right. After this
trading, they move to another house and it will then turn into the new "home", which they
will love it as much as they have done with the previous one. To the British, house is just
an investment, an object that they can sell the old and buy the new ones when they want.
One statistic has shown that two-third of all inherited houses are sold immediately by
people who has inherited them even though they have been living in there for a long time
or from this generat...
Nguyễn Việt Duy
7
Living in a detached-house is a dream of any British persons. Why can a
detached-house attract more British person? Why is a detached-house more desirable
than a convenient flat, with many modern utilities? The simple reason for this weird fact
is that a detached-house is a symbol of their expectation about privacy and "the
importance attached to ownership which seem to be at the heart of the British attitude to
housing".
Firstly, to the British, privacy is something that's very important. It can be
expressed through the separation between private property and public ones. The British
saying has said that "An English man's home is his castle." Why people have mentioned
castle instead of a flat or any department. In order to explain this, we can consider
"castle" as one detached-house. With this house, people will not share anything they have
to anyone. For example, in flat, you share the corridor outside your front door with your
residents on the same floor or in this building. Due to this sharing, it has made annoy to
the British. Therefore, people in Britain rarely choose living in a flat. Therefore, flats are
unsuccessful in Britain. This separation has been shown clearly in law and custom of the
British. They have no right to force people clear the road in front of their house even they
often use pavement to park their cars. They do not care about how the road is clean and
tidy or not because it is out of their domain. More clearly about this division, people in
Britain prefer having a small yard before their houses, they allow residents putting small
fence or wall around them. This fence is used to prevent children from entering their
yards. To sum up, demarcation between public property and private ones in British has
been profound.
Second is about their feeling about "homes". It has some suprised facts.
Although they have reverence to their house or in other words "home" is more important
than "house", they're ready to sell them when the price and time is right. After this
trading, they move to another house and it will then turn into the new "home", which they
will love it as much as they have done with the previous one. To the British, house is just
an investment, an object that they can sell the old and buy the new ones when they want.
One statistic has shown that two-third of all inherited houses are sold immediately by
people who has inherited them even though they have been living in there for a long time
or from this generation to another. Another weird fact is that their inherited houses are
not commissioned for the local authorities or the real-estate company in order to find
buyers. Due to this attitude, it has strongly affected to houseprice because they have
borrowed a lot of money to buy their houses, so that, they do not want to sell it with the
lower price.
In summary, people in Britain always want to own one detached-house rather
than a flat due to their feeling, their custom and someway their characteristic. They
expect privacy and to them, "home" is more important than "house".
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