Thought while mowing lawn: the one good thing about them is that a lot more people have the skills to grow crops than would otherwise.
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True, but front yards are still a scam. It's back yards that are based
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💯 Two benefits I can think of for front yards. 1-That space can be a security barrier to the structure 2-provide space for temporary larger jobs/tasks that involve loading/unloading/parking/storing things.
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1 - aren't walls security barriers? 2 - driveway to the back yard for that
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If the space allows it. In Southern California, most homes are kind of already set. Some may have back entrance, but others are up against other property lines, so can’t do it unless neighbors cooperate, which over here rarely happens.
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Well obviously you can't remove the front yard from a house that already has it unless you rebuild the house Over here, it's usually house next to house then driveway next to driveway. Tho this is not by a higher design, just how most people chose to build
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That’s the ideal scenario. Some lots out here have a back ally that’s connected to garage, almost all are set too far back on property IMO, most ppl just put grass or an unusable landscape scheme. Definitely a waste for homes of that size. This is the ally example in LA

Jun 26, 2022 · 7:09 PM UTC

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These homes were built in the 1930’s and are a considered a historic zone, so even if you “own” you can’t change exterior structure at all.
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