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0.55 acres | Residential Zoning

Just 2 miles from the breathtaking Loch Lomond is this quaint residential property. This 23,958 sq. ft. parcel is more than a half-acre of fertile southern land. The property sits just 3 miles west of Bella Vista and 10 miles outside of Pea Ridge. With few neighbors, four distinct seasons and plenty of outdoor recreation, you’ll find this the ideal place to settle down. Surround yourself with the beauty of Arkansas with this once in a lifetime opportunity!

Land Specifics

Property Number 10719
Size 0.55 acres
Dimensions 174' x 180' x 70' x 258'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Sloped
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-1 (Residential Single Family District)
Zoning Definition

This district is intended to create a suitable environment for development of quality detached single-family dwellings with compatible densities, and related facilities normally required for a balanced and attractive residential area. The permitted uses within this district are single-family detached dwellings and a limited number of other uses may be allowed by conditional use permit only.The minimum lot size shall be no less than 14,000 square feet (⅓ or 0.32 acres) in size. The minimum street frontage shall be no less than 50 feet. The minimum lot width shall be no less than 50 feet. Lot width is measured at the building setback. The minimum lot depth shall be no less than 100 feet. Maximum lot coverage shall be no more than 35 percent of the parcel area. Minimum front setback from all property lines shall be 20 feet, unless otherwise stated on the subdivision plat. A minimum side setback of 15 feet shall be established parallel to all street right-of-way lines. A minimum side setback of ten feet shall be established parallel to side property lines, unless otherwise stated on the subdivision plat. A minimum rear setback of 15 feet shall be established parallel to rear property lines, unless otherwise stated on the subdivision plat. Along bodies of water. Lots or parcels with access to bodies of water shall have at least 25 foot setback from the water's edge in which no primary or accessory structures may be built, except as provided in section 109-185. Height requirements. Maximum 40 feet

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County Benton
State Arkansas
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 16 29514 000
Estimated Annual Taxes $29.88
Home Owners Association Bella Vista Property Owners Association
Annual HOA Dues $192.00
HOA Information

Northwest Arkansas Recreational Community containing over 36,000 acres. Members have access to numerous amenities such as a golf course, tennis courts, swimming pools, RV Park, beaches, pavilions and several lakes. There are also hiking and biking trails in the area. Water hook-ups are available to improved lots which increases the annual dues to $288 a year. Dues must be paid in advance and can be paid monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually.

Legal Description

Section 18 Township 21N Range 31W Lot 5 Block 4 Bella Vista Village Addition: Stronsay SD: CBV20 in Benton County, Arkansas.

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