0.25 acres | Residential Zoning
This property is located on Stag Mountain Road among several other nice residences perched along the hillside. There is a slope to this parcel, but almost every home in this area is also on sloped land so this should not impede the buildability of the property. Located within the Lake Shastina HOA, the annual dues include water, fire, police and sewer services. This is a great community to raise a family in or even to retire to. Lake Shastina has even been voted one of the top 100 places to retire to in America.
Land Specifics Foreclosed
|Dimensions||100' x 101.15' x 115.19' x 100'|
|Road Access||Paved Road|
|Zoning Code||RES-1 (Single-Family Residential)|
RES-1 (Single-Family Residential): Single-Family dwellings & accessory structures pertinent to that type of usage – ie. garage, storage shed, etc permitted. Min site area with community sewer/water: 7,200 sq. ft. (0.16 acre). Min site area with septic tank: 1 Acre. Maximum building height 35 ft. Maximum lot coverage 40%. Property Setbacks: Front 20 ft, Side 5 ft, Rear 20 ft.
|On Property Usage/Potential||
|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||106 430 020|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$222.38|
|Home Owners Association||Lake Shastina POA & Community Svc. District|
|Annual HOA Dues||$502.00|
The Lake Shastina Property Owners’ Association and Community Service District offer tremendous value and amenities not often found in rural areas. Your fee pay for police services, a volunteer fire department, well-maintained paved roads, underground power, and water and sewer services to nearly every lot. There is a Golf Course on the East side of the lake, a Community Center and a boat launch, all maintained by the Association.
Lot 156, as shown on the map entitled "LAKE SHASTINA UNIT NO. 4", which map was filed for record in the Siskiyou County Recorder's Office on September 15, 1969, in Town Map Book 5, at Pages 18 to 28, inclusive. Including all Easements of Record.