Zero clearance lot plans

Zero clearance lot plans

Zero clearance lot plans are common in high end developments where patio home or town homes are sold. This method of land planning offers each home owner a private outdoor area. Minimum side yard widths start at twenty five feet, however, some are being built closer at fifteen feet

Windows, fixed glass or doors aren’t allowed on the zero lot line, making it a challenge for the interior layout. Bedrooms by code must have a specific square footage of window opening, which varies from region to region

Living areas would be somewhat less than dull without glass

The challenge often is presented by a more exciting design concept. Styles may vary, however, most developments have their own set of rules to follow. Patio homes typically are of the same coloration and style, which looks beautiful at the drive up

Zero clearance lot plans can also be built as duplexes, having the one solid wall

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