Here's what I mean:
Just because a property is connected to another property doesn't make it a condominium.
Just because a property is connected to multiple properties doesn't make it a condominium.
The opposite is also true when seeing a stand alone property.
Even if the property is not connected to anything, it could still be a registered condominium.
You can confirm a property is a registered condominium by reviewing the land title certificate.
If it's a condominium, the legal description on the certificate will state how many common property shares comes with the property.
You also want to review the condominium plan found at land titles, as well.
A condominium cannot legally exist without a registered condominium plan.
Bottom line, when shopping for property, make sure you are confirming the property is the "TYPE OF OWNERSHIP" you want.