Vacant Residential Lot for Sale in Ann Arbor
|Catylist Listing ID:
Residential (Single Family)
|Gross Land Area:
||$404,629 Per Acre
||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
Rare vacant residential lot located in the City of Ann Arbor. Great location off Packard between Platt and Carpenter Roads.
Easy access to US-23, I-94, downtown Ann Arbor, University of Michigan University Campus, University of Michigan and St.Joseph/Trinity Health hospitals.
Attachments & Media
||Washtenaw W of 23
||City of Ann Arbor
|Property Located Between:
||Platt and Carpenter
||LOT 262 DARLINGTON NO 1
|Largest Nearby Street:
|Feet of Frontage:
||US-23, I-94, M-14
||Vacant RES lot
||The Ann Arbor area is a friendly community with big-city sophistication; a world-class educational and high-tech research center nestled in a quintessential college town; a close-knit community of charming neighborhoods with a rich mix of cultures. The Ann Arbor campus has plenty to inspire and entertain.
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||5:10.2. - R1A, R1B, R1C, R1D, R1E single-family dwelling district.
(a) These single-family residential districts are designed to provide an environment of predominantly low-density, single-family detached dwellings, along with other related facilities which serve the residents in the district such as schools, recreational facilities, parks and churches. These districts should be convenient to commercial facilities and public transportation.
(b) It is the purpose of these districts to encourage the preservation and the continuation of the longstanding residential fabric in existing neighborhoods of predominantly 1-family dwellings, along with other related facilities which serve the residents in these districts.
(c) Accessory dwelling units are allowed to enable a new housing prototype that respects the look and scale of single-family neighborhoods while: supporting more efficient use of existing housing stock and infrastructure; providing housing that responds to changing family needs, smaller households, and increasing housing costs; providing accessible housing for seniors and persons with disabilities; and supporting affordable housing goals.
(d) Application of the R1D and R1E district in newly developing areas may require a greater degree of services than the less dense 1-family dwelling districts. To assure health, safety and welfare, any future R1D or R1E zoning in newly developing areas should be contingent upon the availability or provision of adequate services to serve such higher densities, in addition to other pertinent planning considerations.
(2) Permitted principal uses.
(a) Single-family dwelling firmly attached to a permanent foundation, connected to a public sewer and water supply. Single-family dwellings in the R1E district shall not exceed 2,000 square feet of floor area.
(b) Public schools, libraries and cemeteries.
(3) Special exception uses pursuant to section 5:104.
(a) Churches and private schools.
(b) Child care centers and nursery schools located in R1 districts and R2 districts subject to the following standards:
1. The parcel must have a minimum of 7,500 square feet of gross lot area.
2. One off-street parking space for each care giver required to staff the facility at its state licensed capacity must be provided.
3. Adequate off-street or on-street parking spaces available for drop off and pick up use within 250 feet of the child care center parcel must be documented on the site plan. The number of drop-off and pick-up spaces shall be 2 plus 1 additional space for each 20 children that the facility is licensed to care for.
4. Occupancy may not be increased without amending a previously approved special exception use permit.
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