It seems like you want something according to the following

you know your start long/lat
you can determine the long/lat arround it
for every of those you determine the route.
if you follow that route you know the house you find
otherwise you can use an increasing circle and if it finds an address on
the location, you may be able to determine which of the points in the
circles (which increase in size) is closest.

Does that match what you want?
If not, could you further elaborate what you want exactly?

Kind regards/met vriendelijke groet,

Serge Fonville


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2013/2/28 Floyd Resler <fres...@adex-intl.com>

> On Feb 28, 2013, at 1:04 PM, kenrb...@rbnsn.com wrote:
> > On 28.02.2013 12:36, Floyd Resler wrote:
> >> I have a project where my client would like to find the nearest
> >> street address from where he current is.  Getting the longitude and
> >> latitude is easy enough but I'm having a hard time finding out how to
> >> get the nearest house.  I have found a lot of solutions for addresses
> >> maintained in a database but these addresses won't be in a database.
> >> I thought about just querying Google for each longitude and latitude
> >> within in a small circle but my math skills are nowhere near good
> >> enough to accomplish that.  Anyone have any ideas?
> >>
> >> Thanks!
> >> Floyd
> >
> >
> > Have you tried Google Maps reverse geocoding?
> https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/geocoding/#ReverseGeocoding
> >
> > Ken
> >
> That's what I'm doing but I need to find the closest say five houses to
> the current latitude and longitude coordinates.
> Thanks!
> Floyd

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