A Geocode or Reverse Geocode request returns one
geocoded_location object for each forward or reverse geocode query.
||User-supplied custom fields that were sent in the request.
||If geocoding failed, this is a list of errors encountered while processing this address. Is not present if geocoding succeeded.
||ID of the geocoded address. This is set only if an ID was included in the request.
||The location suggestions for the address, as a list of map coordinates and corresponding addresses. Is not present if geocoding failed.
||The two-letter country code; for example,
||The formatted address of the geocode. Does not include the country; for example,
4436 Delaware St, Denver, Colorado, 80216.
||The map coordinates of the location where the address intersects with the street. Omitted if unknown.
||The map coordinates of the geocoded location.
||The post code or zip code; for example,
80216. Omitted if unknown.
||The regions, ordered with the most specific region first; for example,
["Denver", "Colorado"]. Always has the same number of elements for a given country.
||The name of the street; for example,
Delaware St. Omitted if unknown.
||The street number; for example,
4436. Omitted if unknown.
||The subregions (for example, the suburb), ordered with the most specific subregion first. Always has the same number of elements for a given country.
 is displayed if there is no subregion.
Example geocoded_location object:
"formatted_address": "20 Enterprise, Aliso Viejo, California, 92656",