One way is to exit the front door and walk a little way away. The turn round and presto!
Another way would be to look up your address on Google Earth. Provided you're not too rural, you can usually zoom in quite close, though be warned, the pictures on Google Earth are usually about four years or more old.
Go to your local city or county website and see if they have GIS Mapping. This is used by those interested in real estate and the landscaping and geological formations in a neighborhood.
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