Your “Home” is the place where you live (especially with your family) and where you have an emotional attachment to, whereas your “house” just refers to the building in which you live. In addition, home is a more dynamic idea while house is a more concrete idea.
A “House” is still a house even if no one is living in the building.
Home can also refer to “Country”
- Sarah loves France, but she misses home.
- They have a beautiful home in Marrakech.
- At home, we call this “Soccer”.
- I bought a new house last week.
- When Are you going home?
Please note that we do not use the preposition “To” with the word home; we say (I’m going home) and not
(I’m going to home).