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0.11 acres | Residential Zoning

Is being within walking distance of the Pacific Ocean something you are looking for? Check out this lot in Ocean Park, Washington. This land is found on 292nd Lane, a gravel road, with the paved road about 700 feet to the south. There are lots of houses in this area. This is a wooded property where you are allowed to camp up to 7 consecutive days, up to 30 total days per year. In order to build on this land, you will need to investigate your septic system needs, since this property requires 50 feet between a well and septic system, so it will be a tight fit.

•Power near property •Short walk to Pacific Ocean from property •Manufactured homes permitted

Land Specifics

Property Number 8467
Size 0.11 acres
Dimensions 50' x 100'
Road Access Gravel Road
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code RR- Rural Residential
Zoning Definition

(RR) Rural Residential:
A single family dwelling allowed not to exceed 35ft in height. Must meet all setback county regulations.

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Location

County Pacific
State Washington
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 75002015012
Estimated Annual Taxes $158.24
Legal Description

Lot 12, Block 15 Beach Addition to Ocean Park, Washington, according to the plat thereof now on record in the office of the Auditor of and for the County of Pacific, in the State of Washington.

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