Another thread about art on the border of single-family or two-family residential
"Nominations that appear to be within 40m of private, single-family residential property should be very closely reviewed to make sure they are not on private residential property, and that they are accessible from locations not on private residential property."
So if I understand correctly, this means that a submission like this
can be considered eligible because it is on the corner of a private residence in a larger residential zone (not secluded) and the owner clearly placed this work of art there to be seen and admired by passers-by. The submitter goes on to claim that the photograph was taken with the permission of the owner.
It would be a different matter if the art was in the middle of the garden, or part of his gatepost, or the house in a more secluded area
I ask because I feel like anybody that turns their garage door with a direct connection to a public road into a big mural must expect people to stop and look at it. Then again, I get some contributions that are just industrially produced gate-post lion statues that are more intrusive.