Q: How big of a lot would be an acre and a half?

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An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be 6,098.4 square feet.

The lot is exactly one acre because there are 43,560 square feet per acre.

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be about a third of an acre, at .36 of an acre.

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be .143 of an acre.

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An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be 6,098.4 square feet.

One acre is 4046.9 m2, so 0.14 acres is 566.6 m2. Which would be a square 23.8 metres down each side, or a rectangle of, say, 20 metres by 28.3 metres.

The lot is exactly one acre because there are 43,560 square feet per acre.

Yours could be any number of combinations. A 100' x 200' lot would be .459 acres for example.

Very nearly, but not quite.1 acre = 43,560 square feet.130 x 160 = 20,800 square feet20,800 / 43,560 = 47.75% of an acre (rounded)

100 feet by 109 ft is a just a little over a quarter acre.

if i have a lot at 126,8 x 176,6 how much land is that

That is 1/4 acre.

1 acre is 43,560 square feet, so a 1 acre lot could be 150 feet by 290.4 feet, or 200 feet by 217.8 feet, etc.If it is a 1 acre lot, it will be 43,560 square feet, no matter how it's laid out.

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be about a third of an acre, at .36 of an acre.

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be 314 of an acre.