The common word domus can mean both "house" and "home". How can I make a distinction between a house and a home in Latin? For example, I might buy a house but it doesn't feel like a home yet, or I might have a home despite having no house or apartment to live in. You can replace "house" with any physical place where people live, like an apartment; my goal is to find a way to distinguish a place built for the purpose of living (a house) and a place where I belong and feel safe (a home).
Does the Latin literature perhaps have this distinction somewhere? The closest thing that came to mind is the saying ubi cor ibi patria, but it doesn't really help disambiguating between houses and homes. What I would really like is a pair of words which could be used for "house" and "home". It seems that casa (and probably others as well) could be used to mean "house but not home" (although it does refer to low-end housing) but I found no word for "home but not house".
Do you have any suggestions for "house" and "home" in Latin?