(ばしょ) A literal place.   $$$
(ところ) Despite being used in the common word場所, 所 by itself has nothing to do with places – instead, 所 means an aspect!:“He’s got a short-tempered ところ!” So how is 所 different from 場?? Well, when used as a suffix, 所 has the nuance of a small place, or private place – 刑務所 (jail), 事務所 (office), 便所 (toilet), 台所 (kitchen).
() In contrast to 所, when 場 is used as a suffix, it emphasizes the FUNCTION of the place. xxxx-場 means ‘the place where we do xxx.’ Examples: 劇場、(theater) 駐車場 (parking lot) 、処刑場 (hanging spot for executions) 、屠殺場、 (slaughterhouse) 会場  (meeting hall) 会見場 press conference location.
() This is different from other ‘place’ kanji like 場 and 所, because 地 doesn’t emphasize the a particular activity done at the place:地 just means the land, the physical space. It has a more geographical feeling to it:
(ちいき) Zone or district.
(とち) Land. Regardless of who owns it.
(しょゆうち) Property.