Recent research has shown that the central hall house-type is a vernacular tradition found in a large geographical area covering the East and the North Mediterranean and the Balkans. It is also a shared opinion among the scholars of the field that the central hall house phenomenon cannot be restricted to local or regional findings of the studies since its widespread repetition and use in time and space requires further reseach and the inclusion of aspects which are not yet brought into the discussion. Therefore, in order to widen the spectrum of discussion, the presentation intends to stimulate interest around the findings in Asia Minor and North Cyprus. The studied examples will be used typologically to help develop definitions on the discussion of the central hall house-type. The second area of interest of the paper is to bring an explanation to the analysis made to understand the metamorphosis of this house-type in regard to its user's social and economic status, in time and location.