33.24 Acres Vacant
|Catylist Listing ID:
Agricultural, Residential (Single Family)
|Gross Land Area:
||$15,000 Per Acre
|Adjacent Parcels Available:
||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
33.58 acres currently being farmed. Ideal for large lot residential estate type lots or agricultural uses. Convenient access to US 23 at the Willis Road interchange. 2 miles to Milan. Located near the new Toyota Technical Center in York Township. Can be combined with adjacent 160 acre and 39.14 acre parcels for residential development or agricultural uses.
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|Assessed Value - Total($)
|Real Estate Taxes - Annual($)
||Washtenaw E of 23
|Property Located Between:
||Just east of US-23, near Stony Creek & Carpenter Rd.
||S -19-13-200-015: YO 13-11A BEG AT W 1/4 POST OF SEC, TH DUE N 1589.09 FT ALONG W LINE OF SEC, TH ELY 966.9 FT, TH DUE S 1143.59 FT, TH S 88 DEG 58' 53" W 197.91 FT, TH DUE S 445.5 FT TO E & W 1/4 LINE, TH WLY ALG E & W 1/4 LN TO POB, ALSO COM AT W 1/4 COR, TH ELY IN E & W 1/4 LN TO C/L OF STONEY CREEK RD FOR POB, TH E TO A PT 1025.0 FT FROM W 1/4 COR TH DUE N 144.05 FT TO C/L STONEY CREEK RD TH SWLY ALG C/L OF RD TO POB BEING PART OF NW 1/4, SEC 13T 4S R6E. 33.24 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
||Interim Agriculture (A-2) District is established as a Rural District to preserve lands that are agriculturally productive, and to allow specialized applications on land which, because of factors such as soil suitability, location, parcel size, and existing land uses, are not as suitable for production of staple crops as the lands included in the A-1 District. This district may serve as a buffer between A-1 land non-Ag. lands, serving to protect the integrity of the A-1 lands and protect agricultural enterprises from encroachment by suburban and urban uses and developments. The A-2 District is intended to preserve the integrity of the A-1 lands by clearly indicating that agriculture is the primary and permanent use in the A-1 District. The soil types in the A-2 District may be marginal for Ag. and compatible with residential uses. The intent is that parcels of land in the A-2 District may be rezoned in accordance with the TGMP when development is imminent. This district is further intended to: Preserve woodlands/wetlands assoc. with farms which because of their natural physical features, useful as water retention, surface water purification and groundwater recharge areas, and as habitat for plant and animal life; which have important aesthetic and scenic value that contributes to the unique character of the district. Provide basis for land tax assessments that reflect its existing agricultural nature and, its limited use for other purposes. Prevent the conversion of Ag. land to non-farm development which, when unregulated, unnecessarily increases cost of public services to citizens and results in the premature disinvestment in agriculture. Protect farmland from speculative increases in land prices. Prevent conflicts between Ag. activities and residences. Reduce amount of land consumed for non agricultural use. Prevent intrusion into farm areas that are incompatible with general farming activities. Permit services/uses that are necessary to support farming.
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