6.5 acres | Agricultural Zoning
This is an investment property and is not buildable. This property is next to a rock quarry and is itself very rocky. Just 11 miles outside of the small community of Ritzville, an agricultural town built around family values. For a bigger city adventure, Spokane is 69 miles east. The property is mostly flat with a paved road leading to it with power lines running parallel to the road, making for easy utility access.
|Dimensions||79.51' x 1018.62' x 526.69' x 927.66'|
|Road Access||Paved Road|
|Slope Description||Mostly Flat|
|Zoning Code||AP (Prime Agricultural)|
AP (Prime Agricultural): Permitted uses include Single-Family Dwelling, manufactured home, modular home, cemeteries, community club or lounge, fire/police station, irrigated farming, dry land farming, rangeland farming, hobby farming, dairy farming, cluster developments, Ag accessory structures, agricultural market, feed store, kennels, horse boarding/training or riding stable, nursery, animal clinic, farmer’s market, mobile food service, arboretums and gardens. Accessory uses include accessory dwelling, caretaker’s residence, home day care, home fruit stand. Minimum yard areas and setbacks in this district are as follows: 1. The minimum required front yard for shop buildings, barns, and/or home storage facilities shall be at least one hundred feet from the property line; 2. The minimum required front, side and rear yards for residential uses shall be at least three hundred feet from any property line; 3. The minimum required side and rear yards for all nonresidential structures shall be at least fifty feet from any side and/or rear property lines, except when adjoining a municipal boundary or a residential zoning district, the required side and rear yards shall be at lest one hundred feet.
|On Property Usage/Potential||
|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||2735120230002|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$24.61|
A tract of land in the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SW 1/4 of NW 1/4) of Section 12, Township 17 North, Range 35 East, W.M., more particularly described as follows: