Thursday, January 11, 2007

FAQ Series: What Is The Difference Between End Unit and Corner Unit?

Take a look at this map which is of St. Joseph Village 10, Phase 2 where rowhouses named Sampaguita are meant to be.

Now, look for Block 11, which is at the upper right hand corner. There are 60 units. There are 10 sets of rowhouses. Five sets facing road lot 12 and five facing road lot 13. Lots 1, 30, 31 and 60 are corner units. Lots 6, 7, 12, 13, 18, 19, 24, 25, and those immediately their opposites...are all end units. Between 2 end units, like lots 6 and 7, there is a pathway where you can pass through. So, it's like a corner unit, but it's not. Corners are those at the very ends of the block.

If you will also notice, there are numbers 40 and 60 inside the unit. That is the lot area. Corners generally have irregular lot cuts while the inner (or regular) unit and the end unit will stay as planned.

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