In programming languages it is very common to write sentences which would literally translate to:
Take the wrench in the fourth row from the bottom of the shelf of the cupboard, in the bedroom, in my house and place it in trunk of the red car with green lights.
His father's, brother's, aunt's, sister's, child is the friend of my mother's, sister's, aunt's, child.
The above statements are make believe and extreme examples but they get the point across.
My programmer friends have no difficulty parsing sentences like these but other people get totally confused when I do so.
The problem is, it has become so natural for me to use statements like these that I often have no clue how to break these sentences down without literally handing them a checklist in a piece of paper.
What general strategies can be implemented to break down sentences like this into something grammatically correct?