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A flat, open property with a mixture of homes and vacant properties on the surrounding lots. You will enjoy paved road access and power close by. This land is in the Rimrock Meadows Subdivision. You can use your own lot while you are financing the property, and once you have paid in full you will gain access to the many amenities Rimrock Meadows offers, including the clubhouse, heated swimming pool, and RV campground.

  • Property Number 9065
  • Size 1.08 Acres
  • Dimensions 200' x 216' x 321' x 180'
  • County Douglas
  • State Washington
  • Home Owners Association Rimrock Meadows
  • HOA Dues $210.00
  • HOA Information Located in one of the most beautiful areas of Central Washington, Rimrock Meadows has loads to offer its members; including a heated swimming pool, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, BBQ and picnic area, RV and campground with facilities, a recreational room with TV, ping pong, and a foosball table. Being part of the wild country, this association has plenty of amenities to compliment this magnificent part of the northwest. Membership is conveyed once the property is paid in full.
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 81701300800
  • Road Access: Gravel Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: LOT 008, BLOCK 013, DIVISION 003, of the plat of Rimrock Meadows according to the maps or plats of record in the office of the County Recorder of Douglas County, State of Washington
  • Dimensions: 200' x 216' x 321' x 180'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: RR-5 (Residential)
  • Zoning Definition: RR-5 (Rural Resource): Aquaculture; Single-family dwelling; Duplex dwelling, subject to the density provisions. Agricultural uses such as the cultivation of fruit and nut trees, grape vines, row crop production, nonretail greenhouses and nurseries and other horticultural stock and the keeping of livestock and poultry. Lot Coverage. Maximum lot coverage of buildings and structures shall be calculated at the rate of thirty-five percent for the first one acre of the lot and twenty percent for the remainder of the lot area, except agriculturally related industries shall be determined by compliance with all applicable provisions of county code, including without limitation landscaping, parking, stormwater, setbacks, and building/fire and life safety requirements; Building Height. Thirty-five feet maximum height for all non agricultural buildings and structures and forty feet for agricultural buildings and structures;

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