noun. ['ˈfriːˌhoʊld'] an estate held in fee simple or for life.
- landed estate
Rhymes with Freehold
Sentences with freehold
If you own your house, for example, you have a freehold estate.
2. Noun, singular or mass
The key difference with freehold is that your ownership may only expire when you do.
More flats are becoming freehold because legislation is making it easier for leaseholders to buy the freehold.
noun. ['ˈfriːˌhoʊld'] tenure by which land is held in fee simple or for life.