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0.17 acres | Residential Zoning

This 7405.2 square foot lot is located on the corner of 14th Ave. NW and 4th St. NW in Decatur, Alabama. The property is in a residential neighborhood, so there is a good possibility of being able to hook up to water and power. The Tennessee River is about a mile from the property, offering recreational activities like fishing. Nashville, TN is less that a two-hour ride north. Don’t let this amazing property pass by!

Land Specifics

Property Number 10751
Size 0.17 acres
Dimensions 50 x 140
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-4 (Multi-family Residential)
Zoning Definition

R-4 (Multi-family Residential):
R-4 Districts shall allow: Dwellings and apartments for any number of families. These uses shall also be permitted on appeal: Clubs, not conducted for profit; rooming and boarding houses, and those uses common to all "R" districts.

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State Alabama
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 0206134005037000
Estimated Annual Taxes $37.50
Legal Description

Lot 23 Block 54 D.L.I. & F. Co #1 Decatur Alabama in Morgan County, State of Alabama.

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