The only building sites left are those that are problematic in some way: a featureless lot in a development, a downslope lot that tumbles away from the edge of the road, or a lot that’s restricted by setbacks and zoning. If you examine a site closely and plan to surmount its shortcomings, then you can end up with a better house. Boston architect and book author Jeremiah Eck explains how in this article.
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