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0.16 acres | Residential Zoning

A Cleared lot with a chain link fence on 3 sides and wooden fence on the fourth. The front of the lot is grass with some mature trees in the back. Located in a nice neighborhood only a few blocks from Highway 64 in the small town of Forth Smith, the second largest city in Arkansas. There is a grocery store and laundromat only a block away. Fort Smith is advertised as a terrific place to live, a melding of the New South and the Old West. This land would be a great investment property or develop it for your own use.

Land Specifics

Property Number 10557
Size 0.16 acres
Dimensions 142.10' x 49.19'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code RM-3 (Residential Multifamily Medium Density)
Zoning Definition

RM-3 (Residential Multifamily Medium Density):
zone for medium density attached homes, including multi-unit residential buildings in areas where such development already exists or is planned for the future. The RM-3 Zoning District is appropriate in urban areas within the Residential Attached, Mixed Use Residential, Mixed Use Employment, Commercial Neighborhood, and General Commercial land use categories of the Master Land Use Plan. 65% max lot coverage, max height 40ft. lot size must exceed 6,500sqft.

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


County Sebastian
State Arkansas
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 15044 0006 00005 00
Estimated Annual Taxes $42.00
Legal Description

2307 N 29TH Section: 03 Township: 08 Range: 32 Acreage: 0.000 Lot: 6 Block: 5 City: FORT SMITH Addition: MCLOUD'S SD: 99FS

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