Zero-lot-line house

Zero-lot-line house,

Definition of Zero-lot-line house:

  1. A residential property built with at least wall of the structure adjoining the property line. In doing so, builders are able to create more livable space, either inside the house or in a patio area outside. Found in developments where neighborhoods clustered around larger common areas that replace the need for larger yard space. Also called narrow-lot homes.

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