0.54 acres | Residential Zoning
Located just six miles from the North Carolina border, this wooded, half-acre property is in Danville — a Southern Virginia community with small-town charm, but with the conveniences and culture of a larger city. The lot is set along a paved road, near a one-lane bridge, train tracks and the Dan River. Featured activities in Danville include the Riverwalk on the Dan, auto racing at Martinsville Speedway, performing arts, museums, parks, historical sites, baseball and the farmers’ market.
Land Specifics Foreclosed
|Dimensions||213' x 217' x 149' x 50'|
|Road Access||Paved Road|
|Zoning Code||OT-R (Old Town Residential)|
OT-R (Old Town Residential): Permitted uses include Single family detached dwellings, Accessory uses, limited to detached carport and garages, tool sheds, children's playhouses and play structures, and dog houses, Churches and places of worship, Home occupations, Public parks and playgrounds. Uses permitted by special permit include Attached residential (townhouse dwellings) Bed and breakfast inn, or tourist home (as defined), Daycare centers (adult and child), Group home, Family day care home, Post-release housing, and more. Maximum Density Five (5.0) dwelling units per net developable acre. Lot Size Requirements. Minimum lot area: A. Conventional single-family lot: 6500 square feet. B. Duplex lot (1 attached unit/lot): Interior lot: 4000 square feet. Corner lot: 4500 square feet. Bulk Regulations: 1. Height: Residential building height: 35 feet (principal and accessory uses). Accessory structures: 24 feet. 2. Minimum yard requirements: Single Family Front 20 ft, Side 10 ft, Rear 25 ft. Duplex Front 25 ft, Side 12 ft, Rear 25 ft. 3. A maximum floor area ratio equal to 0.25 shall apply to uses other than residential.
|On Property Usage/Potential||
|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||74209|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$12.60|
All that certain lot or parcel of land, together with any improvements thereon and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate in the City of Danville, Virginia (having been annexed from the County of Pittsylvania, Virginia on January 1, 1988) and more particularly described as: BEGINNING on the Ringgold Road at its point of intersection with a private road leading to Motley’s Sand Beak on Fall Creek near an overhead bridge across the main line of the Southern Railway; thence in a northern direction with said private road one hundred and fifty feet; thence in a Western direction two hundred and fifteen feet; thence in southern direction two hundred and twelve feet to said Ringgold Road; thence with said road in an Eastern direction ninety three feet to the point of beginning and BEING IN FACT the same property conveyed to James Stone from the Phoenix Loan and Savings Company by deed dated February 21, 1938, recorded in the Clerk’s office of the Circuit Court of Pittsylvania County Virginia in Deed Book 235, at page 534, to which deed reference is hereby made.