What is a 22 Acre Lot?
One acre equals 43,560 square feet – enough land for several homes on one plot of land.
Acres are a staple in real estate and other fields, but how exactly do they work? Are they measured according to surface area or something else entirely? Let’s find out.
Early Life and Education
A 22 acre is an area of land covering approximately 43,560 square feet – roughly equivalent to two American football fields or slightly larger than Pepperdine University’s main campus in Malibu. Acre is used as a measurement unit throughout North America (United States, Canada and Australia among them) that utilize imperial units; furthermore it forms part of the US Customary System which is derived from British Imperial standards.
Trust recently completed its latest victory by purchasing 22 acres at New Market Heights, expanding its holdings there to 88 largely contiguous acres and creating the opportunity to share stories about the valorous Black soldiers who fought here.