



 
Pat, Without more information the lot size can't be calculated. You can find an explanation at If you know an angle measurement or the length of a diagonal you can use our acreage calculator at Do you have a survey diagram? Harley Pat wrote back Please see attached; it's the item that's boxed in, with a 3 on it. Pat, From the diagram it looks like the angle between the north and east sides is a right angle (90 degrees). With that assumption I used our acreage calculator. I added the letters A, B, C and D to your diagram so that you can see how I used the calculator. My calculations gave 0.40989 acres. You should try it also to check my typing and in case you want to use it again. I have one question however. From the diagram it looks like the length of the side from D to A is 26 + 127.87 = 153.87 feet. If so you should redo the calculation. Harley  


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