Quarter Section - Vacant Land
|Catylist Listing ID:
Agricultural, Residential (Single Family)
|Gross Land Area:
||$15,000 Per Acre
||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
160 acres available with frontage on Carpenter Road and Stony Creek Road. Estate residential or agricultural uses possible. Located near the new Toyota technical Center in York Township. Convenient access to US 23 at the Willis Road interchange. Two miles to Milan. Can be combined with the adjacent 33.24 acre and the 39.14 acre parcels for large lot residential development or agricultural uses.
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||Washtenaw E of 23
|Property Located Between:
||Just east of US-23, near Stony Creek & Carpenter Rd.
||Legal Information for S -19-13-300-001: YO 13-12 SW 1/4 SEC. 13 T4S R6E 160.00 AC.
|Largest Nearby Street:
||Carpenter & Stony Creek
||US-23 - one parcel backs up to US-23 northbound lane. Easy access at Carpenter Rd / Arkona to US-23 at Exit #27.
||Ann Arbor Airport, Willow Run & Detroit Metro
||Essential Agriculture (A-1) District. Public health/welfare are greatly dependent upon the sustenance and economic benefits provided by a viable Ag. industry. A-1 District is established as a Rural District to preserve lands suitable for long-term Ag. uses and to protect agricultural enterprises from encroachment by incompatible suburban/urban uses or developments that hinder agricultural practices and deplete Ag. lands. Purpose is to preserve agricultural activity and to the greatest extent possible, those areas in the Township that have been designated as primary agricultural lands in the Township’s Growth Management Plan (TGMP), allowing a limited amount of non-farm housing. To this end the # of non-farm dwellings allowed on a parcel of land, which is a parcel of record at the time this Ordinance is adopted, shall be based on a schedule of dwelling unit density contained in this Ordinance. It should be noted that the primary intended use of this district is agricultural activities and there may be odors, dust and noise associated with these activities that are not compatible with residences. The District has been established for the following additional purposes and objectives. Protect prime farmland from speculative increases in land values. Prevent fragmentation of farmlands by division and loss of prime farmland and conflicts between agricultural activities/residences, encroachment of urban/suburban services into agricultural areas. Minimize cost of providing services to rural areas. Encourage long-term investment in improvements to maintain/expand Ag production by creating stable environment for such. Reduce amount of land consumed in rural areas for non-agricultural use. Prevent intrusion of uses into farm areas that are incompatible with general farming activities. Permit services necessary to support farming activities. Residential developments in the form of plats or site condos are considered in conflict with the intent and purpose of this district.
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