Lot width definition

Lot width means the shorter of the following two linear measurements:
Lot width means the horizontal distance between the side lot lines, measured at right angles to the lot depth at a point midway between the front and rear lot lines.
Lot width means the horizontal distance between the side lot lines measured at right angles to the lot depth.

Examples of Lot width in a sentence

  • A .27 acre variance to allow four (4) building lots less than 1.33 acre minimum; lots are between 9375 and 9401 Martin Road.Appeal No. 2, request No. 1 is in variance to section 3.2.5 Lot Width.


More Definitions of Lot width

Lot width means and refer to the dimension of a lot, measured between side lot lines on the building line.
Lot width means the average horizontal distance between the side lot lines, ordinarily measured parallel to the front lot line.
Lot width means the average horizontal distance between the side lot lines.
Lot width means the length of a line parallel to the front line or, in a lot with a curved front line, perpendicular to a line running between the mid-point of the front line and the mid-point of the rear line, measured at a distance from the front line equal to the minimum required front yard;
Lot width means the average width of a lot measured at right angles to its depth.
Lot width means the horizontal distance between the side lot lines of a lot measured at the front building setback line.
Lot width means the horizontal distance between the side lot lines measured at a point perpendicular to the front property line (see Figure 3.2.1).