3409 MCLEAN AVE Pensacola (PENSACOLA, Florida, US - 32514) Built

$35,000

KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY GULF COAST

DIANE HARMON (850) 471-5029 (Office) (850) 944-3594 (Fax) Request More Info

  • Type: Lots and Land
  • Lot Size: 0.39 acres
  • MLS #: 496670

Description

Great lot that is cleared and is .39 of an acre. 112 x 150. There is a septic tank located on the property. No information on the septic tank. Not sure of the age or size. At one time the lot had mobile homes located on the property. All has been removed and we have a cleared lot ready to build on. Public water is available and tap fee would be due. Located close to West Florida Hospital, Pensacola Regional Airport and I-10.Sec. 3-2.8 High Density Residential district (HDR). (a) Purpose. The High Density Residential (HDR) district establishes appropriate areas and land use regulations for residential uses at high densities within urban areas. The primary intent of the district is to provide for residential neighborhood development in an efficient urban pattern of well-connected streets and at greater dwelling unit density and diversity than the Medium Density Residential district. Residential uses within the HDR district include most forms of single-family, two-family and multi-family dwellings. Non-residential uses within the district are limited to those that are compatible with urban residential neighborhoods. (b) Permitted uses. Permitted uses within the HDR district are limited to the following: (1) Residential. a. Group living, excluding dormitories, fraternity and sorority houses, and residential facilities providing substance abuse treatment, post-incarceration reentry, or similar services. b. Manufactured (mobile) homes only within existing manufactured home parks or subdivisions. No new or expanded manufactured home parks or subdivisions. c. Single-family dwellings (other than manufactured homes), attached or detached, including townhouses and zero lot line subdivisions. d. Two-family and multi-family dwellings.
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