Estate may refer to:
- Estate (law), a term in common law for a person's property, entitlements and obligations.
- Estates of the realm, a broad social category in the histories of certain countries.
- Estate (land), the grounds and tenancies (such as farms, housing, woodland, parkland) associated with a very large property.
- Housing estate, a group of houses built as a single development.
- Industrial estate, and trading estate, property planned and sublet for industrial and commercial use.
- Estate, a brand of major appliances, first from RCA, afterwards from Whirlpool Corporation.
- Estate car, passenger car with a full-size back cargo compartment, a station wagon.
- Estate (song), a 1960 Italian song and jazz standard.
- Estate (album), a jazz piano album by Michel Petrucciani.
- Estate, Information Technology term for a set of computers and other technology infrastructure, generally the total set owned by a corporation, as in "Estate Management." See ITIL and other standards.
Other articles related to "estate":
... The ' New Lodge' estate is located to the north of Barnsley on the A61 near Athersley ... Today New Lodge is a predominantly council housing estate ... purchased by Barnsley Council in 1946 for the express purpose of creating a new housing estate ...
... Kwai Fong is named after Kwai Fong Estate, a public housing estate ... area, there were only few private residential blocks west of the estate ...
... Lane inherited ownership of the "Little House" literary estate for her lifetime only, all rights reverting to the Mansfield library after her death ...
... The dominant feature of the area is the Downham Estate built by the London County Council during the late 1920s ... The first tenants of the estate were mainly former residents of inner city areas, such as Rotherhithe and the accommodation was spacious and luxurious compared to their former ... The Downham Estate provides an example of the programme of building council housing occurring in Britain between the first and second world wars ...
... In June 1849 Sir George Dashwood auctioned the contents and, in 1853, the estate was sold to Baron Lionel de Rothschild, who was expanding his estate at Tring ... Lionel then gave the estate to his son Alfred de Rothschild ... At this time the estate covered approximately 1,500 acres (6 km²) in a triangle between Wendover, Aston Clinton and Weston Turville ...
Famous quotes containing the word estate:
“The difference between de jure and de facto segregation is the difference open, forthright bigotry and the shamefaced kind that works through unwritten agreements between real estate dealers, school officials, and local politicians.”
—Shirley Chisholm (b. 1924)
“Never let the estate decrease in your hands. It is only by such resolutions as that that English noblemen and English gentlemen can preserve their country. I cannot bear to see property changing hands.”
—Anthony Trollope (18151882)
“Wilt thou have this Woman to thy wedded wife, to live together after Gods ordinance in the holy estate of Matrimony? Wilt thou love her, comfort her, honour, and keep her in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all other, keep thee only unto her, so long as ye both shall live?”
—Book Of Common Prayer, The. Solemnization of Matrimony, Betrothal, (1662)