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$2,897.00

0.76 acres | Residential Zoning

Come on down to Ozark, Alabama! With a diversified economy, mild winters and beautiful white beaches, you’ll never want to leave. This 33,105 sq. ft. parcel is more than three quarters of an acre with room to roam. Covered in mature southern trees with a dirt road leading in. Just 22 miles from Dothan and 82 miles from Montgomery. Experience the south like never before!

Land Specifics

Property Number 10825
Size 0.76 acres
Dimensions 300' x 116' x 316' x 100'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R1 (Low Density Residential)
Zoning Definition

R1 (Low Density Residential):
This district is intended to accommodate single-family detached dwelling units at a maximum density of 3.6 dwelling units per net acre, i.e. per area included in platted lots and exclusive of streets, alleys, or other public rights-of-way or land. Minimum lot area 14,000sqft, max building area 25%, max building height 35ft. Modular homes allowed.

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Location

County Dale
State Alabama
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 06082830020080020
Estimated Annual Taxes $0.00
Legal Description

300' x 116' IRR (0.76 Ac) Lot in Pt N2-SW4 Beg 1295' SE of NW Corner of SW4 S116' E 30' N 100' W316' to POB Ozark AL Sec 28 Twp 6N Rng 24E 94 Line and Description change and Add Bk and Page lying and being situate in Dale County, Alabama.

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