The distinct object type name or object built type.
apartment - A part of a building, suitable for people to live in.
atelier - A private workshop or studio of hobbyists or professionals.
attic-flat - A free-standing apartment, built onto the roof of a multi-story building, also called a penthouse.
bar - Where drinks, especially alcoholic drinks, are sold and drunk.
cafe - Small restaurant where simple meals and drinks are served.
car-repair-shop - An automobile repair shop, also known regionally as a garage.
castle - A large building, typically of the medieval period, fortified against attack with thick walls, battlements, towers, and in many cases a moat.
chalet - A wooden house with overhanging eaves, typically found in the Swiss Alps.
earth-sheltered-dwelling - A house, flat, or other place of residence, with a significant amount of soil or substrate in contact with its external envelope.
detached-house - A stand-alone free-standing residential building, also called a single-detached dwelling or single-family house.
doctors-office - Doctors' offices are the primary place where ambulatory care is given, and are often the first place that a sick person would go for care, also called a doctor's practice.
duplex-house - A divided house, two living units attached, either side by side or one above the other, also called two-family house.
farm-house - Usually a larger house combining different needs, typically the accommodation wing is attached to a stable, a shelter, a shed or a stock.
furnished-flat - Typically a flat or house which comes with all the built-in and loose furniture, refrigerator, washer and dryer and other essential electric appliances.
granny-flat - A set of rooms, often connected to or part of a relation's house, typically with a separate house entry, not to be confused with the 'stoeckli' category.
hobby-room - A sparate room for activities done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure, similar to an atelier, but not limited to creating things.
hotel - An establishment providing accommodation, meals, and other services for travellers and tourists.
loft - A single room flat, typically built in an old industry storage halls or newly built as a loft flat.
maisonette - A flat with at least two connected stories in a building, typically the story directly under the roof and the one below.
multiplex-house - A divided house, more than two living units attached, either side by side and/or one above the other, also called multifamily house or multiple-dwelling.
office - A place in which business, clerical, or professional activities are conducted.
one-room-flat - A studio flat in which the bedroom, sitting-room and kitchen are all one-room, not to be confused with the 'single-room' category.
restaurant - Commercial establishment where meals are prepared and served to customers.
retail-location - A space for the selling of goods to consumers.
roof-flat - An apartment directly under the roof, typically features roof slopes.
row-house - One of a row of similar houses that are joined together by both of their side walls.
rustico - A converted or rebuilt old small landside house, typically found in Ticino region on mountain slopes.
single-room - A single room, typically for rent, does not necessarily include an own bathroom or kitchen, not to be confused with the 'one-room-flat' category.
stoeckli - A small house, typically near a larger farm-house, in the past they were residences for aged farmers after turning over the farm to their heirs, not to be confused with the 'granny-flat' category.
stepped-flat - A set of rooms for living in, arranged in a staircase like manner, typicaly over two or more floors.
stepped-house - A building containing one or more apartments arranged in a staircase manner, in order to maximize the outside space.
villa - A large and luxurious house in its own grounds.
workshop - A room or building in which goods are manufactured or repaired, for commercial or business reasons.
Land area or a piece of empty property.
Simple non-descriptive place to park a car.