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12.40 acres | Recreational Zoning

This 12.40-acre property is located off the 0.4 miles from the Borrego Salton Sean Way in Salton Sea. The property is undeveloped, so the roads have not been created yet, although there is legal access. You have the Salton Sea approximately 9 miles to the east and Palm Desert, CA approximately 52 miles to the North. The property is located at the base of the hills east of the Salton sea, with a beautiful, desert rolling landscape.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9892
Size 12.40 acres
Dimensions 1250.99' x 436.01' x 1197.01' x 437.72'
Road Access Access Nearby
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Recreational
Zoning Code S-1 (Open Space/Recreational)
Zoning Definition

S-1 (Open Space/Recreational): Primarily the S-1 Zone is characterized by low intensity human utilization and small scale recreation related uses. Any new subdivision in the S-1 zone will require all necessary infrastructure, including potable water, sewer and roads to County standards.The following uses are allowed in the S-1 Zone: a) Accessory Structure including cargo container (provided they have an approved building permit and are subordinate to a primary building/use) b) Crop and tree farming (not allowed within Ocotillo/Nomirage Community Area Plan)(ONCAP) c) Directional signs of not to exceed six (6) square feet in area but not including commercial advertising d) Duck clubs (not allowed within ONCAP) e) Fish farms (not allowed within ONCAP) f) Forest industries g) Grazing h) Gun clubs i) Harvesting of any wild crop j) Hotels and motels k) Marinas, boat liveries and boat launching ramps l) Mobile home/RV Park provided 50% of the total use is for RV use m) Residence (one per legal parcel) n) RV Park o) Solar energy extraction generation provided that it is for on-site consumption only. p) Home Occupation. Min Lot Size: The minimum lot size for the S-1 zone is 1 acre and any parcel existing at less than 1 acre at the adoption of this Ordinance shall be deemed an legal parcel. Min Lot Area per Dwelling Unit: The minimum lot area per dwelling unit in the S-1 zone shall be 1 acre for each residence allowed by this Chapter.Property Setbacks: A. FRONT YARD. The front yard minimum setback for all buildings shall be as follows. 25 feet from the edge of right-of-way or property line or 80 feet from center line or adjacent street, whichever is greater. B. SIDE YARD 10 feet minimum. C. REAR YARD 10 feet minimum.

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Location

County Imperial
State California
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 007 700 002
Estimated Annual Taxes $27.86
Legal Description

LOT 19 TRACT 736

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