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Topic: Land Shape - Front Wide, Back Narrow

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Cecil Lee



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Land shape - Front wide, back narrow Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net

Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

Further to what I had mentioned, nearly in some developments (or site) there can be possibly plot(s) of land that are either:

1. Front-wide ;  back-narrow

or

2. Front-narrow ; back-wide

On the attached layout plan, I have already marked two plots of land: one plot in blue outline and another in pink outline. Please check out the attachment.

Warmest Regards,
Cecil


Front-wide, back-narrow .....etc... "Front-wide, back-narrow .....etc..."
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Cecil Lee



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Land shape - Front wide, back narrow Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net

Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

Sorry, what I meant was that in general, "it-depends" such as is the plot of land flat? - OK 

Or is the back sloping downwards a hill? - Inauspicious

 In particular, how the home is constructed on this plot of land is equally important, inclusive of water course (such as drains etc...)

Thus, generally, there is no right or wrong answers: it depends on Location, location, location. Each plot has to be reviewed on it's own basis since there can be different interpretations of how wide or how narrow....

But generally, other than what I had attached earlier "an entrapped" home; I have known of many homes which have been constructed, stayed in such as "front wide-back narrow" or "front narrow-back wide".

Therefore " IT-DEPENDS!".

Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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Thank you for your advice.  Just to clarify your reply. You mentioned that the "opposite" of Front Narrow Back Wide is "true".  In this situation, the word "true" mean Front Narrow Back Wide is inauspicious or Front Wide Back Narrow is bad?

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Land shape - Front wide, back narrow Maggie Lua myfs_114956 maggielua@yahoo.com.sg

Hi,

Thank you for your advice.  Just to clarify your reply. You mentioned that the "opposite" of Front Narrow Back Wide is "true".  In this situation, the word "true" mean Front Narrow Back Wide is inauspicious or Front Wide Back Narrow is bad?

Thank you once again.

Maggie

 

 

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Cecil Lee



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Land shape - Front wide, back narrow Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net

Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

It is very common to find a plot of land which is wide at the front and narrow at the back.

Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui, the "opposite" is true i.e. the plot of land is narrow at the front and wide at the back.

What is more important are:
1. where is the location of the water course (if any) such as water course coming into the home and draining out of the home.

2. what is the contour like etc....

For example, take a look the attachment -- at this "entrapped" home in Singapore -- Very inauspicious home!

Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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I just bought a house and the land is front wide and the back narrow.  This is not auspicious? If yes, what should I do? 


Very inauspicious home! "Very inauspicious home!"
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Land shape - Front wide, back narrow Maggie Lua myfs_114956 maggielua@yahoo.com.sg

I just bought a house and the land is front wide and the back narrow.  This is not auspicious? If yes, what should I do? 

The house is a South-West house.  And the one of the eight sector - "Death" is my children's bedrooms, what should I do?

Thank you for any advice.

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