|Catylist Listing ID:||30634221|
|Property Subtypes:||Agricultural, Residential (Single Family)|
|Gross Land Area:||22.35 Acres|
|Unit Price:||$11,185 Per Acre|
|Land Splits Available:||Yes|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller, Owner Financing|
Heavily wooded 22.35 acre property bordering Pinckney State Recreation Area, across the road from U of M, Stinchfield Woods, Peach Mountain and Hudson Mills Metro Park just down the road.
Property is heavily wooded with wetlands in the rear of the property, a small creek and pond that is shared. Very quiet and peaceful location with lots of wildlife on a country gravel road just off of North Territorial, west of Dexter-Pinckney Road.
Land Contract terms of 20% down payment 6% interest 3 to 5 year term is available to a qualified buyer.
Call Charlie Koenn to schedule property showing and be prepared for dense brush/wooded property.
|Finance Data Year||2020|
|Assessed Value - Total($)||$98,500 (Annual)|
|Real Estate Taxes - Annual($)||$1,940 (Annual)|
|Taxing Authority:||Dexter Township|
|Tax ID/APN:||D-04-10-400-003 & D-04-10-400-004|
|Property Located Between:||North Territorial and Stinchfield Woods|
|Legal Description:||Part of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec 10 T1S-R4E 9.35 and 13 acre parcels|
|Largest Nearby Street:||North Territorial|
|Highway Access:||US 23 at North Territorial|
|Airports:||DTW, Ann Arbor|
|Area Description:||The affluent City of Dexter is located in Southeast Michigan, along the banks of the Huron River and Mill Creek. Residents and visitors can enjoy a day on a river, walking along nature trails, or biking on the County Border-to-Border trail, stopping in our historic downtown for lunch and some shopping. Cultural activities include a local theater, historical museum, summer concerts, ice skating in the winter, festivals, and simply playing in the parks. With access to business and industrial properties along Jackson Boulevard and an easy 15 minute drive to downtown Ann Arbor, Dexter’s businesses and retail connect to the greater Washtenaw County network with ease.|
|Zoning Description:||RR-Rural Residential Dexter Township Section 12.01: RR: RURAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT A. Intent: It is the primary intent of the Rural Residential District to encourage and provide opportunities for comparatively low density rural residential lifestyles and development patterns which encourage the preservation of open spaces, including farmland, and other natural resources of the Township and the Township's rural character. Dexter Township is characterized by extensive natural resources including, but not limited to woodlands, wetlands, water courses, and hillsides. Many of these resources play important environmental benefits including wildlife habitats, recreation, flood control, and water purification, and support the desired rural character of the community. The intent of this District is to provide opportunities for comparatively low density residential development in a manner which encourages the preservation of both the quantity and quality of these resources. B. Permitted Principal Uses: 1. Commercial agriculture, excluding the slaughtering of farm animals for commercial food production. 2. Public or private conservation areas, game refuges, and similar uses, but excluding campgrounds. 3. Single family dwellings. 4. Day care, family home. 5. Foster care facility, family home; provided it is not located within one thousand five hundred (1,500) feet of another such facility. C. Permitted Accessory Uses: 1. Accessory uses and structures customarily incidental to and subordinate to the permitted principle use, including home occupations, roadside stands, agricultural buildings and structures, and private stables. 2. Signs, pursuant to Article 22. D. Special Land Uses Permitted By Special Approval: 1. Public facilities, excluding schools, conservation areas and game refuges, but including cemeteries, parks, libraries, and similar uses and activities including administrative buildings, substations, or structures associated with public utilities, and enclosures or shelters for service equipment and maintenance depots. 2. Golf courses and country clubs. 3. Landscape nursery operations, greenhouses, and sod farms, including sales of plant materials and supplies. Sod farms are permitted provided any area stripped of sod shall have a vegetative cover established on the stripped area within one (1) year of such stripping. 4. Communication towers and related broadcasting and receiving facilities. 5. Churches and religious institutions, including housing for religious personnel affiliated with the church or religious institution. 6. Commercial kennels. 7. Commercial stables. 8. Veterinarian clinics. 9. Private landing strips. 10. Bed and Breakfasts. 11. Day Care, group home. 12. Foster care facility, group home; provided it is not located within one thousand five hundred (1,500) feet of another such facility. 13. PA 177 Developments. 14. Special event facility per Section 16.26, provided the facility is incidental and accessory to the primary agricultural or residential land use, and subject to all applicable standards of this Ordinance.|
|Easements Description:||Gas Pipeline Easement runs through property|
|Proximity:||3 miles||5 miles|
Charlie KoennSwisher Commercial
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