Although research on the field of environmental psychology over the past 20 years has generated an interesting exploration of the meaning(s) of home, it was primarily based on the subjective, personal experience, rather ignoring its sociocultural milieu.Thus, a context-sensitive focus is important to a better understanding of home by contemporary psychosocial research (Moore, 2000). In this respect, the main objective of the present study is to explore the interrelation between house attachment, as reflecting the subjective experience of one’s own private dwelling place and social representations, as reflecting the collective housing experience. The main theoretical framework of this study is situated within the phenomenological paradigm of the subjective experience of home and it is primarily based on the transactional psychological theories of Place Attachment (Giuliani, 2003). The present study further employs Social Representations (Farr & Moscovici, 1984), both as a theoretical and a methodological tool of social psychology, in order to examine the interaction between the subjective and the collective experience of home. Thus, the basic objective of this study is an attempt to expore the meaning(s) of home in its individual as well as in its social aspects within a particular cultural context, that is of a modern urban city setting.