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
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Meek’s Bay Resort: Knotty-pine cabins, some in the forest, some with beach frontage and lake views, direct lake access on one side, close to a great trailhead along Highway 89 on the other.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Yu Darvish last month paid $4.55 million for a six-bedroom, 5,400-square-foot vintage mansion in Evanston with more than 150 feet of frontage on Lake Michigan.
All northbound, southbound and frontage lanes of the freeway were originally closed in Beasley, just south of Rosenberg.
The owner of the two homes would preserve them by moving the northern home closer to the street frontage of Deerwood Drive, while moving the other across the street, according to a village report.
The assessment is made through a formula that takes into account the frontage of one's property.
Photo: Lena Yaramenko The home sits on more than 6 waterfront acres with 300 feet of ocean frontage on Further Lane.
The new owner plans to reopen the 600-stall flea market and expand the RV park, as well as offer the road frontage lots for for sale, according to Ryals.
In Robbins, the county is resurfacing Kedzie Avenue between 135th and 139th streets, and in Palos Heights is rehabbing the Ridgeland Avenue frontage street on the east side of Ridgeland between 127th Place and 129th Place.
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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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