|Catylist Listing ID:||30723250|
|Property Subtypes:||Multi-Family, Residential (Single Family)|
|Gross Land Area:||1.36 Acres|
|Unit Price:||$128,676 Per Acre|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller, Owner Financing|
1.36 acres zoned R-3 High Density Residential. Future Planned for R-4 Multi-Family Residential.
Located just north of M-36 on D-19. Borders the Lakeland Trail. Close to shops, recreation and schools. Accessible to US-23 via M-36 and I-96 via D-19.
Pinckney Community School District.
Municipal water and sewer available.
|Finance Data Year||2019|
|Assessed Value - Total($)||$39,480 (Annual)|
|Real Estate Taxes - Annual($)||$37,180 (Annual)|
|Taxing Authority:||Village of Pinckney|
|Zoning:||R3 - HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL|
|Property Located Between:||Between Hamburg St and Coyote Ct|
|Legal Description:||14-23-100-022 SEC 23 T1N R4E COMM W 1/4 COR TH N88*11'28"E 1306.55 FT TH N04*00'27"E 106.6 FT TO POB. TH N04*00'27"W 213.88 FT TH N89*56'30"E 276.37 FT TH S04*03'30"E 214.29 FT TH N89*58'30"W 276.59 FT TO POB. PAR A 1.36 AC M/L REDISCRIBED 5-03 FROM 022|
|Largest Nearby Street:||M-36|
|Feet of Frontage:||212|
|Highway Access:||US-23 via M-36|
|Airports:||DTW, Ann Arbor, Flint|
|Area Description:||The Village of Pinckney, the ‘Gateway to Play”, is located in Putnam Township in southern Livingston County. It is noted for its biking, boating, horseback riding and other recreational opportunities. Pinckney’s nature trails, lakes, equine activities, community events and holiday celebrations make for an active community that cares about their surroundings. Residents could easily live their lives in the hustle and bustle of the nearby cities of Ann Arbor and Lansing, but they choose to take pride in the Village’s relaxed lifestyle and preserve its peaceful, family friendly atmosphere. Downtown Pinckney is the center of it all. The Village of Pinckney was recently recognized as the 19th community in the state of Michigan to become a ‘Redevelopment Ready Community’ by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). The MEDC program assists municipalities in establishing a foundation for redevelopment and investment to occur in their region. Regular commuters along M-36 have found Pinckney to be the ideal rest stop, where they can pick up fresh baked goods, enjoy a fine meal and take part in community events.|
|Zoning Description:||HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT PURPOSE. The purpose of the High Density Residential District (R3) is to encourage a predominance of single-family residential uses, located on relatively small individual parcels. The requirements for this district are designed to protect the essential character of high density, single-family residential areas and to encourage a high quality, suitable and safe environment for family life. PERMITTED USES. (A) One single-family dwelling per lot. (B) Public parks. (C) Family day care homes (one to six children). (D) Adult foster care family homes (one to six adults). (E) Accessory uses customarily incidental and subordinate to permitted uses. SPECIAL LAND USES. The following special land uses are permitted in the R3 District, subject to compliance. (A) Child care centers; (B) Group day care homes (seven to 12 children); (C) Adult foster care small group homes (seven to 12 adults); (D) Homes for the elderly; (E) Religious institutions; (F) Public buildings; (G) Elementary, middle and high schools; (H) Higher education institutions and vocational schools; (I) Bed and breakfast inns; (J) Home occupations; and (K) Residential open space development. SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS. The following standards shall apply to all uses and structures in the R3 District unless otherwise modified by the provisions. (A) Lot area. The minimum lot area shall be 8,712 square feet (one-fifth acre). (B) Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be 66 feet, measured along the front lot line. For cul-de-sac and flag lots, the lot width may be measured along the front setback line. (C) Yards and setbacks. The minimum yards and setbacks shall be as follows: (1) Front yard. Structures shall be setback at least 30 feet from the road right-of-way. (2) Side yard. Structures shall be setback at least six feet from a side lot line, except for corner lots, the interior side yard shall be at least six feet in width, and the street side yard shall be at least 20 feet in width. (3) Rear yard. Structures shall be setback at least 20 feet from the rear lot line. (4) Shed setback. Sheds must be in the back or side yard and setbacks will be at least five feet in the rear and sides. (5) Outbuilding setback. Outbuildings must be in the back or side yard and setbacks will abide by structure (not shed) restrictions. (D) Lot coverage. Lot coverage shall not exceed 40%. (E) Structure height. No building shall be erected or altered to a height greater than two and one-half stories or 35 feet; whichever is less. No structure shall be erected or altered to a height greater than 21 feet (F) Compliance required. Uses and structures shall comply with all other provisions of this chapter, including §§ 152.240et seq. through §§ 152.415et seq. and all other applicable federal, state and local codes and ordinances.|
|Available Utilities:||Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer|
|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
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