The answer to this question is dependent on the zoning for that piece of property. Check with your city/county planning and development office for the zone codes and definitions.
by Jay S - 6 hours ago
Size of the land has nothing to do with it. What governs what size you are allowed to build on what amount of property is the zoning/land use ordinance of the government jurisdiction that the property is located in (County, State, Municipality) So to find out how much land you will need to build a home you will need to contact the government entity that has jurisdiction on the land use of the property.
by newmexicorealestateforms - 6 hours ago
Square footage isn't totally a function of the lot size because some homes are multi-level dwellings so you get square footage on each floor. If you was doing a town house/ranch style (one level) the lot could be as small as 1/9 acre (about 30 X 67). You could use a smaller lot and just add the additional sq. ft. in the upper floors/basement.----20 X 60 with 1130 downstairs and 762 up stairs.
by Ronatnyu - 6 hours ago
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