what does interior greenbelt mean?

Asked by Mohammad, Oklahoma City, OK Thu Mar 26, 2009

I am interested in a house which has an interior green belt...what does it mean and is it a good idea to buy such a house?

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Jennifer Bla…, Agent, Owasso, OK
Fri Mar 27, 2009
Here in Oklahoma interior greenbelt would typically be more like what Lydia stated and not likely be in reference to highways. It most likely means that the house your interested in backs up to or is surrounded by some type of land instead of another residential property. This would usually be a golf course, park, private or personal land, easements, sometimes creeks, etc.
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Fri Mar 27, 2009
Our interpretation is that the location of the home is NOT on the perimeter of the development and thus does border heavy traffic areas.

Many "greenbelts" run adjacent to a highway to block the view and buffer road noise.

Our recommendation is to contact the listing agent for their input.

Good luck
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Lydia Player, Agent, Dallas, TX
Thu Mar 26, 2009
Typically an 'interior' location means that it isn't on a corner. Location on a greenbelt means that the property touches a common 'green' space (like a grassy park, jogging path, utility easement,...). Try looking up the address on a google or yahoo map and view the satellite or terrain image.
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