A property is characterized by many elements such as the structure’s architectural design, its roofing style, and so forth. The shape of the lot is also an important feature of property.
Corner lots are bounded with streets on two sides. Commercial corner lots are generally worth more than interior lots. Residential corner lots are often desirable because of their “Curb Appeal”.
Interior lots are bounded on each side by another lot.
T-intersection lots are interior lots that suffer from their location at the end of T intersection. They are usually less desirable because of the inconvenience of car head-lights shining into the home and a possible danger from speeding “runaway” cars
Cul-de-sac lots occur when a street is open at one end only and it has a circular turnaround at the other end. Lots located on the cul-de-sac are desirable because they usually are more spacious, providing ample room for backyard features such as swimming pools. Residential cul-de-sac lots also tend to have less vehicular traffic.
Flag lots are characterized by a long access road or driveway back to the main part of the lot. The access road suggests the staff of a flag. Typically, flag lots occur as a result of residential development in what once was a large homestead. The long access road usually increases the cost of bringing utilities to the lot.
Key lots are generally long skinny lots similar to the shaft of a key that are often bounded by as many as five or six lots. Note that the term key lot is also used to indicate a lot that has added value because if its strategic location.
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