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0.26 acres | Residential Zoning

Come to the birth place of rock ‘n’ roll! This 13,068 sq. ft. parcel is more than a quarter acre in the famed city of Memphis. The property sits in a well-established area within walking distance to an elementary school and Lincoln Park. Just 4 miles from the Mississippi River. The property boasts a paved road and utilities. Drainage ditch on property does not leave much room for a driveway, buyer to verify if buildable. From one-of-a-kind landmarks to southern comfort cuisine, you’ll find everything you’re looking for with this amazing deal!

Land Specifics

Property Number 10917
Size 0.26 acres
Dimensions 29.5' x 105' x 171.02' x 183.02'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-6 (Residential)
Zoning Definition

R-6 (Residential): Permitted uses include single-family detached dwelling, manufactured modular home, supportive living facility, places of worship.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Investment
Nearby Usage
  • Recreational
  • Commercial


County Shelby
State Tennessee
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 048030 00002C
Estimated Annual Taxes $62.78
Legal Description

Lot 30 and the North 21.02 feet of Lot 31 of the Dilatush and Cranes East dixie Heights Subdivision, as per plat recorded in Plat Book 10, Page 55, of the Register's office of Shelby County, Tennessee to which plat reference is hereby made for a more particular description of said property.

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