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0.154 acres | Residential Zoning

This neighborhood lot is located on Poplar Ct in the town of Clarksville, about 6 minutes from the downtown area. The Red River is only 700 feet to the east of this land. This is a nice area with homes on either side of this land. The property itself has a very gentle, rolling slope and is currently overgrown with trees and brush. All utilities are available in the area.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 8567
Size 0.154 acres
Dimensions 40' x 162'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-3 (Residential)
Zoning Definition

R-3 (Residential):
Is intended to permit the development and continued maintenance of single
family residential areas characterized by relatively low overall density with lots of at
least 12,000 square feet.

On Property Usage/Potential
Nearby Usage

Location

County Montgomery
State Tennessee
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 066E M 012.00
Estimated Annual Taxes $95.00
Legal Description

Being known as Lot No. 61 of the Brandon property, bounded south by Poplar Street, West by Lot 60, north by an alley and East by Lot 62, and being the same property conveyed to Willie Lynes, subject to the Life Estate of Lizzie Wilson and Cecil Wilson, by Deed of Record in Deed Book 87, page 432, of the Register’s Office for Montgomery County, Tennessee. Lizzie Wilson and Cecil Wilson are both deceased. Willie Lynes is also deceased and by Will of Record in Will Book 7, page 21, he delivered the subject property to Mrs. Dorothy Dix Turner and Louise Foston Gachette. This is the same property conveyed to Ronald L. Stoner et al by deed from Mrs. Dorothy Dix Turner et al of record in official Record Book Vol. 401 page 1312, in the Register’s Office for Montgomery County, Tennessee.

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