around (preposition): (especially North American English)(usually British English round) on, to or from the other side of somebody/something
Our house is just around the corner.
The bus came around the bend.
There must be a way around the problem.
Around (preposition) d : on or to another side of (something)
We were surprised by what we saw when we walked around the corner.
There's another door around the back of the house.
In this picture, the girl & the man are standing in front of the "front door" of the house
The man: "Where is the back door?"
The girl: "The back door is just around the corner" / "The back door is just on the other side of the corner" / "The back door is just around the side of the house"
Which of the sayings of the girl are correct?