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0.10 acres | Residential Zoning

This lot is located at 1002 Princeton Avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Although this lot is zoned for Multi-Family Residential, the lot size (.10 of an acre) is too small to be considered buildable. The lot is mostly flat, cleared and fenced in with a few trees around the edges. It sits within a nice neighborhood with homes up and down Princeton Avenue which has a sidewalk along it on both sides of the road. There is also power available to this lot.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9317
Size 0.10 acres
Dimensions 45' x 100'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code RM-36 (Multi-Family Residential)
Zoning Definition

RM-36 (Multi-Family Residential):Single-Family detached and attached dwellings permitted. Duplex, Multi-Unit dwelling and Mobile Home Park permitted. Lot Area 5,500 sq ft (0.12 Acre). Property setbacks: Front 15 ft, Rear 20-25 ft, Side 6-20 ft. Maximum Impervious Cover 60%. Maximum building height 6 stories.

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County Kalamazoo
State Michigan
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 06 15 116 002
Estimated Annual Taxes $170.52
Legal Description

COM ON E LI PRINCETON AVE 44FT S OF SW COR LOT 13 GEO THOS CLARKS ADDITION TH S 44FT TH E 6R TH N 44FT TH W 6R TO BEGIN.

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