One House Two Lots
This house is located in a fairly congested
residential neighborhood. Looking at the house to the right of the
vacant lot, there could be a few reasons why this house was never built
Building a standard track house on this property might not have met the planning department's requirements for the easements. Every once in a while you will see situations like this and wonder why the builder left these lots vacant.
Sometimes the builder will split the property up, between two homes and other times they will give the property to one house and charge them a lot premium or in other words more money.
Eventually over time there is a good chance that these lots will be built on, due to population increases. Sometimes they are turned into small parks.
Sometimes property like this is zoned for residential two or R-2 property. This means an additional home can be built on the property even though it has not been subdivided yet.