Frontage

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Frontage

The extent of land along a public highway, stream, or city lot; also, the extent of a building along a public street, road, or highway.

frontage

The length of a lot line or a building site along a street or other public way, or along a body of water forming a boundary.
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The severed lands will have a frontage of 140 metres with an area of 1.
Your reporter praised the splashes of red and green on their shop frontages.
The site is an irregular plot with frontages on two streets, surrounded by a chaotic patchwork of neighbouring allotments, sheds, walls and gardens.