I'm hoping that someone can point me in the right direction on this...
I live on a cul-de-sac, right in the middle of the street on the top of a hill. My lot overlooks a lake across the street and down the hill, and it's one of the biggest reasons I bought the lot.
At the end of the cul-de-sac are three waterfront lots. They are 67' narrow on the road, and are pie shaped and widen significantly until they hit the lake. All three lots are on a bluff, with about 100'-150' of buildage depth for a house.
Across the street from my house lives my neighbor. He has a very wide lot, 300'. His father to the west owns one of these waterfront lots. I look over the west side of his lot to see the lake.
A buyer approached my neighbor's father to buy his lot. The lot was not big enough for his house, so he asked to buy 50' of property from my neighbor. They also need to move the drain that is under the existing lot line.
If this happens, my view will be gone. What can I do to prevent this? I've tried talking to my neighbor and my view and "views" have fallen on deaf ears.
Thanks for your help everyone,
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