Corner lot

Corner lot

A lot which abuts two or more streets at their point of intersection.

corner lot

A lot of which at least two adjacent sides abut upon streets or public places, for their full length, which must not be less than a code-specified distance.
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And I can see my corner lots selling out for more than your hen-scratching ever turned up on Birch Creek.
CORNER LOT & 8,750 SQ/ FT LOT ACROSS THE STREET ALSO FOR SALE.
The church was much smaller then, a two-story edifice with a steeple and it was on a corner lot,'' said Swords.
Indeed, the L-shaped edifice, which Sachse described as "mid-century modern," occupies a prominent corner lot at 17th Street and Rhode Island Avenue--right between the White House and Dupont Circle, the latter being the center of the city's large gay and lesbian community.
Living on a corner lot can, literally, have its setbacks.
A 5,000 s/f prime free standing corner lot at 11 Homans Ave.
A: Since this yard faces east on a corner lot, you should get enough sun to consider a variety of fruit trees, many of which will not grow to more than 20 feet in height.
The best characteristics of a berm and of privacy planting combine in the remodeled landscape of this corner lot.
Located on a corner lot with parking located in the rear of the property, the property offers unique character and architecture in an area that has appreciated exponentially within the last five years.
It's rare that a prime corner lot in one of the city's hottest neighborhoods becomes available.
On their corner lot, trees are either planted in water pots and fixed to 2-by-4 rails, or covered beneath damp burlap under a protective tent.
The residential corner lot contains a building currently comprised of one residential unit and a large amount of storage.