Residential Development Site

Vacant Land for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 30339027
Property Subtypes: Residential (Single Family)
Gross Land Area: 72.32 Acres
Sale Price: See Agent
Land Splits Available: Yes
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 9/22/2019

Overview / Comments

Property is zoned Agricultural per the zoning ordinance. The Master Plan indicates that it is in an Agricultural Preservation Overlay District. Frontage on Mast Road and Walsh Roads. Single-family housing is permitted in the agricultural zone on a minimum of a 2-acre parcel.

A possibility of 28 building sites with roads, stormwater detention. Pricing is dependent upon the number of buildable sites on the parcel @ $60,000 per site.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Ann Arbor
County: Washtenaw
Submarket/Township: Washtenaw W of 23
Taxing Authority: Webster Township
Tax ID/APN: C-03-05-300-007
Zoning: A1 AG
Property Located Between: NW corner of Walsh and Mast Road.
Property Visibility: Excellent
Legal Description: REWRITE PER SURVEY 04/09/03 WE 5-9A-2 COM AT S 1/4 COR SEC 5, TH N 86-41-03 W 325.00 FT TO A POB, TH CONT N 86-41 W 995 FT, TH N 2640 FT, TH E 1320 FT, TH S 696 FT, TH N 71-16-13 W 177.63 FT, TH N 03-31-51 W 48.73 FT, TH N 69-18-03 W 156.16 FT, TH S 42-31-15 W 55.15 FT, TH N 71-16-13 W 362.51 FT, TH S 300.00 FT, TH S 71-16-13 E 736.91 FT, TH S 1283 FT, TH N 86-41-03 W 325.00 FT, TH S 360.00 FT TO POB. PT SW 1/4 SEC 5, T1S-R5E, 72.32 AC. SPLIT ON 08/09/1995 FROM C -03-05-300-002;
Largest Nearby Street: Mast
Zoning Description: Section 9.10 Agriculture District (AG) A. Intent. The intent of the Agriculture District is to enable productive farming, encourage the continuation of contiguous blocks of active farms, preserve the rural character of the Township, and allow very low density housing that is compatible with the Township’s agricultural heritage. This district further intends to preserve woodlands and wetlands associated with farms that because of their natural physical features, are useful as water retention, surface water purification and groundwater recharge areas, provide a habitat for plant and animal life, and have an important aesthetic and scenic value that contributes to the unique character of the agricultural district. The district intends to preserve, foster, and encourage its rural character by allowing low density development and preserving open spaces, natural terrains, trees, wild life, streams, wetlands and other natural features. Residential developments in this district shall be designed to maintain, foster, and encourage the rural character. Agriculture Districts are intended to be located in those areas of the Township designated for that use in the Master Plan and in historically farmed areas. B. Permitted Uses. i. Dwelling: Single Family Detached. ii. Farm or Farmer’s Market iii. Farm Operation: Animals. iv. Farm Operation: Crops. v. Home Occupation. vi. Licensed Home Based Occupation. vii. Open Space Preservation Community. viii. Public Utilities. ix. Seasonal agri-tourism, including but not limited to hay rides, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and Christmas tree farms. x. Stable: Private. xi. State Licensed Residential Facility. xii. Kennel: Hobby (amended Nov. 20, 2012)

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 12,495 33,904
Median Age: 43.97 41.89
Households: 4,823 12,493


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James H. Chaconas

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