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Our house has a lot of personality on the front and porch side … not so much on the backside. Nevertheless, take a look at this Promenade from a very different view than from the street. This is really an indication of the nature of the neighborhood — maintenance-free condos (attached and detached), with no real yards. In other words, a “zero-lot-line” home: a piece of residential real estate in which the structure comes up to or very near to the edge of the property line. Zero-lot-line houses are built very close to the property line in order to create more usable space. Rowhouses, garden homes, patio homes, and townhomes are all types of properties that may be zero-lot-line homes. They may be attached (as in a townhome) or detached, single story or multistory.

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