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$14,497.00

0.61 acres | Residential Zoning

Tucked inside the Oakview subdivision is the deal you’ve been searching for! Covered in mature southern trees with access to a golf course, this 26,571 sq. ft. parcel offers plenty of amenities. Located in a nice neighborhood just a half mile from Sikes Lake. This sloped land is in found within the unincorporated community of Rutland, part of the larger Macon Metropolitan area. Ready to build your dream home? Then this deal is for you!

Land Specifics

Property Number 10730
Size 0.61 acres
Dimensions 177.81' x 257.85' x 44.65' x 145.83' x 49.8' x 29.60' x 115.82'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Sloped
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-1AA (Residential)
Zoning Definition

R-1AA (Residential): Permitted uses include single-family dwellings. Accessory uses, fall-out shelters, home pools, home occupations. Communication antennas, day care. Conditional uses include. Churches, playschools, private and public schools, recreational facilities. Min Lot with Septic & well: 43,560 sq ft. With septic: 15,000 sq ft. With public sewer: 14,000 sq ft. Max lot coverage: 25%.

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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) N120 0457
Estimated Annual Taxes $62.35
Legal Description

LLot:0165 Dist:04 PT61:0112018001801 OAKVIEW Lot:59 PH 1 SEC B PT61:0112018001801

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