A split-level home (also called a tri-level home) is a style of house in which the floor levels are staggered, so that the "main" level of the house (e.g. the level that usually contains the front entry), is partway between the upper and lower floors.

Standard Lookup Value: Multi/Split

Legacy OData Value: MultiSplit

Lookup Name: Levels

Synonym(s):  Split, Split-level, Tri-level, sidesplit, backsplit, multi, multi-level, bi-level


Lookup Name ID: 0a91a6a

Lookup ID: e50f951


Spanish Lookup Value: Multinivel/Dividido

French-Canadian Lookup Value: --

Status Change Date: JUL 21 2015

Revision Date: MAR 19 2015

Added in Version: 1.4.0


Levels (Property)

  • 60% of Systems (9/15)
  • 36% of Organizations (179/498)

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