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English definition of “kerb appeal”

kerb appeal

noun [U]
 
 
UK ( US curb appeal)
PROPERTY the qualities of a building that make it attractive, for example to a buyer, when it is seen from the street: First impressions really are important - so make sure your house has kerb appeal!
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