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I am assuming that your deed to the properties correctly recites that you own both parcels. In that case, the fact that the home is built partially on both parcels is of no consequence. I don't know what you mean by "how should they be recorded". The deed by which you obtained the parcels should already be recorded. Your county assessor might permit the two parcels to be combined into one for tax purposes. They probably have a form for that. The two legal descriptions can be reworded to combine them. It's not a bad idea to do that because the two parcels can never be sold separately because of the home.
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