Examples of frontage in a Sentence
We have 200 feet of frontage on Main Street.
the vineyard's southern frontage results in earlier-than-usual ripening of the grapes
Recent Examples of frontage from the Web
The property, about 44 miles northwest of downtown, has more than ¾-mile of frontage along U.S. 290.
The property, which is within the North Brooklyn Industrial Business Zone, is on two block-through lots and loading docks with frontage along both Russell and Humboldt Streets.
That eye-popping price tag becomes a bit more palatable when bearing in mind that this midcentury beauty sits on over 40 acres, which includes a 900-square-foot guest house, pool, river frontage, and private access to conservation land.
The 20,726 square foot property includes more than 100 feet of water frontage.
Iglesias sold the contemporary Mediterranean, featuring views of the Miami skyline, 95 feet of water frontage and a swimming pool, in 2013 for $6,722,500.
The plans take advantage of regulations on cluster subdivisions, which allow smaller lot sizes and minimum frontage in exchange for conveying at least 25 percent of a total parcel to the town as open space.
Besides all the furnishings, the package includes 350 feet of Orchard Lake frontage on 2 ½ acres, so there are no immediate neighbors.
Zenner said the entire first floor frontage along Washington Street will remain commercial while the commercial space along Adams and Harrison streets has been eliminated.
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Definition of frontage for English Language Learners
: the part of a building or of the land that a building is on that runs along a river, road, etc.
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