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$6,697.00

5.00 acres | Agricultural Zoning

This lot is accessed by gravel Chaparrel Road in the northern part of Beryl Junction, Utah. There are nice homes along Chaparrel road which means utilities are already in the area which will cut down on cost of development of this lot! Measuring exactly 5 acres, this parcel is zoned as Agricultural which allows for not only general farming and agricultural uses but also for a single-family dwelling. The lot is mostly flat and sand/dirt and is part of Escalante Valley Ranchos subdivision. From this lot you have great access to both Zion National Park and Dixie National Forest for all of the natural beauty you can handle!

Land Specifics

Property Number 8909
Size 5.00 acres
Dimensions 672' x 324'
Road Access Gravel Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code A-20 (Agricultural)
Zoning Definition

A-20 (Agricultural): Single-Family dwelling permitted. General farming and agriculture permitted. Rearing of livestock permitted after county review. Residential subdivision (1-4 lots) permitted after county review. Trailer park permitted after county review. Property Setbacks: Front 60 feet, Rear 60 feet, Side 30 feet.

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Location

County Iron
State Utah
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) E 1293 0021 0000
Estimated Annual Taxes $51.17
Legal Description

Parcel No. 794, Block D, of Escalante Valley Ranchos, Unit 19, according to the official Plat thereof on File and of Record in the Office of the Iron County Recorder, State of Utah.

Subject to easements, restrictions and rights of way appearing of record.

Assessor’s Property Tax Parcel/Account Number: E-1293-0021-0000

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