Something New Under the Sun
In a decade-plus in residential real estate, I’ve seen: one-car garages (lots); two-car garages; three-car garages; four-car garages; five-car garages; tandem garages; no garage . . . and probably a couple other configurations as well.
I’ve also seen listing agents (or homeowners) mistakenly bill a two-car garage as a “double-car garage.”
But until last Friday, I’d never seen a pass-through garage.
An attached, two-car garage that opens in back, and leads to a detached two-car garage in the back of the lot (the two garages are connected by a concrete driveway).
It turns out that garage #2 houses two very expensive collectibles (a vintage Mercedes and Volvo, respectively).
Needless to say, MLS lacks a field for “pass-through garages”; instead, the listing bills it as a four-car garage.
P.S.: Pass-through Bedrooms, by contrast, are relatively common.