I got alot of information on my last post, but I think I need to break down the questions with focus solely on the surveyor map as this is where I am struggling to understand.
1- Is it possible for 2 different SIZED properties to have the same exact measurements?
2- Do surveyor's take into consideration the size of other lots if they are doing a survey and making their map?
3- Why would a surveyor give the same measurements on their map for different size properties?
If I remember correctly, you have a corner Lot and your neighbor has an interior lot. Corner lots sometimes are larger to account for the street on the side of the Lot which interior lots do not have. Therefore the overall width of the corner lots is larger but the useable width is the same. So yes it is possible the measured widths are the same. Sometimes Surveyors dimension from the right of way line to the Lot line.
It is not possible to determine exactly why the survey shows what it shows without seeing the original subdivision Plat and a legible copy of the survey.
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