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2.07 acres | Residential Zoning

This parcel is over 2 acres and surrounded by outdoor recreation for you to enjoy. There is a dirt road that will lead you to this private parcel. If you are looking for a rural off-the-grid property this is a great option for you, there are very few structures in the area surrounding this property. The national parks around the area include Prescott National Forest, Kaibab National Forest and the infamous Grand Canyon.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 9318
Size 2.07 acres
Dimensions 300' x 300'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code RM-10/A (Residential Multi–Family)
Zoning Definition

RM-10/A (Residential Multi–Family): This zone is intended for the development of medium density Apartments, Condominiums, Townhouses or other group Dwellings with provisions for adequate light, air, open space and landscaped areas at maximum densities of 10.0 Dwelling Units per acre. Only those additional Uses are permitted that are complementary to, and can exist in harmony with, such residential developments. Density: 10 units/acre. Min parcel size: 0.5 Acre. Property setbacks: front 20 ft, side 10 ft, side street 15 ft, rear 20 ft. Lot coverage: 45%. Structure height 35 ft.

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Location

County Coconino
State Arizona
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 206 02 029
Estimated Annual Taxes $39.14
Legal Description

Lot #394, Subdivision Kaibob Knolls Estates #7 in the County of Coconino, in the State of Arizona.

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