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If you are looking for some spectacular land with great natural surroundings, take a look. Located in the Timberlakes Community near Shelton, Wa., this is a growing region with rising values! Timberlakes community has a power boat lake, non power boat lake and community owned salt water park and boat launch near Hartstine Island bridge. Swimming and fishing are available at both lakes. This parcel is walking distance to Little Twin Lake and between the larger Timber Lake and Hammersley Inlet. The city of Shelton is about 5 miles away, and Olympia is just 20 minutes west, with Seattle an hour further. With the Olympic Mountains in the background, the Pacific Ocean is just 75 miles to the west, Mt. Rainier is 2 hours to the east, and Mt. St. Helens is just 2 hours to the south.

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  • Property Number 5814
  • Size 0.15 Acres
  • Dimensions 31' x 120' x 105' x 123'
  • County Mason
  • State Washington
  • Home Owners Association Timberlake Community Club
  • HOA Dues $262.00
  • HOA Information Located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Shelton, members of this private home owners' community enjoy water skiing, fishing and crabbing on Timberlake's two freshwater lakes and private saltwater access on Pickering Passage. Lakes are stocked annually with perch, bream, bluegill and rainbow trout. HOA Website: http://www.timberlakecc.com/
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 22017 53 00012
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: Lot 12, Timberlake No. 11, as per plat recorded in Volume 7 of Plats, Pages 95 through 97, records of Mason County, Washington. Subject to all easement, restrictions and covenants of record. Situate in the County of Mason, State of Washington.
  • Dimensions: 31' x 120' x 105' x 123'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: RR-20 (Rural Residential)
  • Zoning Definition: RR-20 (Rural Residential): Single-family residential, hobby farm (small scale commercial agriculture, including aquaculture and wood lots), church, group homes, cell towers, public utilities. Front Yard Setback: Twenty-five feet. Side and Rear Yard Setback: Side and rear yard setbacks for the residential dwelling and accessory building is twenty feet, and for accessory structures used for agricultural purposes or home occupations is fifty feet. Maximum Height: 35 feet.

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