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Is this house considered as T-junction and is it bad?

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Hi, I am about to purchase this house and I am not quite sure if this is considered as t-junction house, is it bad? 

Refer to image below, red-arrow it points to the boundary wall/fence, yellow arrow is where the main gate is. But as you mentioned in other posts, if a car loses control, it can be dangerous to the property.

http://tinypic.com/r/mbmrgk/9

Main gate is circled in red below

http://tinypic.com/r/vgj43s/9

Thanks for your advice

 

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17 hours ago, Hans said:

Hi, I am about to purchase this house and I am not quite sure if this is considered as t-junction house, is it bad? 

Refer to image below, red-arrow it points to the boundary wall/fence, yellow arrow is where the main gate is. But as you mentioned in other posts, if a car loses control, it can be dangerous to the property.

http://tinypic.com/r/mbmrgk/9

Main gate is circled in red below

http://tinypic.com/r/vgj43s/9

Thanks for your advice

 

These are some considerations:

1. Assuming this place is the Commonwealth: UK, Singapore, Malaysia etc..

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2. Touchwood! There is a higher tendency for a runaway vehicle to plough through the purple arrow. 

2.1. If so, depending on the speed of the vehicle as well as type of vehicle, the impact is highest on a straight path. 

2.3. However, someone must really be a Bruce Willis of Diehard series.... who wants may even tilt the vehicle slightly and plough through the area that you circled in red many times...

3. In both above circumstances, and a right-hand drive country... yes, one can say that this house is at a T-junction.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Thank you so much Cecil for your prompt reply. I think I was right, I was thinking the unit next to it at the end there but that seems like a t-junction house as well just that a car is less likely, but till possible, to crash into that unit as well. And I am not sure what the developer would build next to it as well.

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