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0.47 acres | Residential Zoning

On the southern edge of Oxford you’ll find this tranquil hideaway. The 20,473 sq. ft. parcel is lined with old and new growth trees, bringing both seclusion and shade from the southern sun. Located in an established area with few neighbors. Only 7 miles from Mount Cheaha and Cheaha Resort State Park. Residents of Oxford enjoy a wide variety of cultural experiences. If you’re looking for outdoor living with southern charm, then this land is calling you home.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 10167
Size 0.47 acres
Dimensions 112' x 182.5' x 112' x182.2'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Sloped
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-1 (Residential)
Zoning Definition

R-1 (Residential): Single-family dwellings; accessory structures; gardens; parks; playgrounds. Forestry; public or private schools; public or semi-public buildings and uses including public utility buildings; country clubs; golf courses; cemeteries; churches; and planned residential development subject to planning commission approval. Uses prohibited: Any use not specified above and particularly, but not limited to, business, commercial and industrial uses; parking or occupancy of mobile homes; hospitals; services conducted for a profit, unless specifically permitted herein, including public and semi-public medical clinics, nursing homes and/or rest homes and undertaking establishments. Development criteria: Minimum lot area: 12,750 square feet, 15,000 square feet in unsewered areas. Minimum lot width at the building line: 85 feet, 100 feet in unsewered areas. Minimum depth of front yard: 30 feet. Minimum depth of rear yard: 45 feet. Minimum width of each side yard: single-family residences, one or 1½ stories, ten feet; two or 2½ stories, 12 feet. Maximum height of structures: 2½ stories or 35 feet. Off-street parking: two spaces per family.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Homesite
  • Timberland
Nearby Usage
  • Recreational

Location

County Talladega
State Alabama
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 05 03 05 0 003 121.000
Estimated Annual Taxes $135.72
Legal Description

LOT 10 GREEN ACRES 2ND ADD OF SEC 5 T17 R8

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Original Price $13,697
Purchase Price $8,228.76
Interest Rate 9.7%
Loan Term 5 years 6 months
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