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Model of a house

For additional meanings of "House", please see House.

A house was a residential building for a family or a small group of people.

A "housing unit" was a term sometimes used to describe the houses built in early colonies. (ENT: "Terra Nova")

Traditional Romulan houses always had a false front door that was never used, so that people instead had to go around the back. (PIC: "The End is the Beginning")

In the 23rd century, the planet Gideon was so overpopulated that every house on the that world was full of people. The streets, beaches, gardens and even mountains were overcrowded as well. (TOS: "The Mark of Gideon")

In the 24th century, the typical settlement house for a Federation colony was a multi-story L-shaped building built on a plot of land with trees and grass. The houses, built with materials known to the Federation, were adaptable to the needs of the settlers. In 2366, Kevin Uxbridge and his wife Rishon Uxbridge lived in one such house on Rana IV. (TNG: "The Survivors")

At the Caldos colony, Felisa Howard owned a house that she shared with Ronin. The care of this house was managed by Ned Quint. Felisa decorated the house with camellias. Upon her death in 2370, this house passed to her granddaughter Beverly Crusher. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

On the planet Qo'noS, Kurn owned a house near a lake. In 2370, K'mtar suggested to Alexander Rozhenko that he could visit the house, swim in the lake which had waters so clear one could see to the bottom, and spend time with his cousins. (TNG: "Firstborn")

Types of houses

List of individual houses

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