Zero-Lot-Line House

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Definition: Zero-Lot-Line House

A zero-lot-line house is a property whose constructed structure goes almost till the property line (i.e. the plot dimension line).  The house build in such a way would have more area as it maximizes the available space.

This can be seen as both a money saving strategy or making good use of available space. The only problem is if there are multiple Zero-Lot-Line Houses one after the another, all would be too close. 

In metropolitan cities where space is a crunch and not a lot of space is available to build a good house, these method is quite useful. Normally if we make a house which is a Zero-Lot-Line House in a small available space then the total liveable area would even lesser which would make it very cramped.

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