Is "medium appearance residential buildings" correct? Am I not sure it's correct or not?
Is it the representative of "aged and worn out residential buildings"? How else might I express this? I want a phrase that combines semi-aged and semi-worn out in one.
I am writing a scientific paper. I categorized buildings by their qualitative state in three classes. I simply want a good name for those classes. those classes were good appearance buildings, medium appearance buildings, and decayed buildings. (In the case of repair, quality of material and how rusty they are - just physical appearance.) But I think this combination is not good for repeated usage in my text.