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1.30 acres | Agricultural Zoning

This large 1.3-acre property on NW 27th St is available now and wont last long at all. Zoned Agricultural in Jennings Florida, the property allows all single family dwellings including mobile homes. Power lines are available on NW 29th loop behind the property. With only one close neighbor you will enjoy the privacy that will come with this large property.

Land Specifics

Property Number 8727
Size 1.30 acres
Dimensions 132' x 400' x 270' x 275'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code A-4 (Agricultural)
Zoning Definition

A-4 (Agricultural): Single-Family dwellings, mobile homes allowed. All agricultural activities (but not including livestock or poultry slaughterhouses) allowed. Minimum property setbacks are as follows: Front 30 ft. Side 15 ft. Rear 25 ft. Maximum height of structures shall not exceed 35 feet.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Farming
  • Homesite
  • Timberland
Nearby Usage

Location

County Hamilton
State Florida
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 4904 276
Estimated Annual Taxes $88.34
Home Owners Association Oak Woodlands POA
Annual HOA Dues $90.00
HOA Information

The association maintains the streets, roadways and common areas within the subdivision. Mobile homes are allowed as long as they are more than 720 square feet and have skirting.

Legal Description

22 & 23 2N 11E 3723D57 LOT 57 LAKE CREEK COUNTRY AT OAK WOODLANDS ORB 390-79

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