What is a zero (o) lot line?


It’s a residential property that comes up to or lies on the home’s property line. Because one side of the home’s structure is near the edge of the lot, the property has no room between the house and the boundary line. Zero lot lines exist to create more interior space for homeowners, while only requiring them to pay for a lot large enough to hold the house. 


Below is an example of a Zero Lot 



Have more questions? Submit a request


Article is closed for comments.