3 Vacant Acres Jackson Road For Sale

Vacant Land for Sale
Sale Pending
Catylist Listing ID: 30295324
Property Subtypes: Industrial, Office
Status: Pending
Gross Land Area: 2.99 Acres
Sale Price: $350,000
Unit Price: $117,056 Per Acre
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller, Owner Financing
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 11/12/2019

Overview / Comments

Clear, open and level vacant parcel in Scio Township. Located on Jackson Road between Baker and Parker Roads. Great location 1/4 mile from I-94 Baker interchange. Gas, electric, water and sewer available. Cash or land contract to qualified buyer.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Ann Arbor
County: Washtenaw
Submarket/Township: Washtenaw W of 23
Taxing Authority: Scio Township
Tax ID/APN: H-08-19-275-020
Zoning: IRP
Market Type: Medium
Property Located Between: Parker and Baker
Side of Street: South
Road Type: Paved
Property Visibility: Excellent
Legal Description: Part of NW 1/4 Sec 19 T2S-RE 2.99 acres
Largest Nearby Street: Jackson
Feet of Frontage: 262
Site Description: Part of NW 1/4 Sec 19 T2S-RE 2.99 acres
Area Description: Located at the intersection of Jackson and Baker Roads. 1/4 mile from busy I-94/Baker Road.
Lot Frontage: 262
Zoning Description: Industrial and Research Office Park District (IRP). 1. The Industrial and Research Office Park District (IRP) is designed to accommodate a variety of light industrial, applied technology, research and related office uses within a planned environment. 2. The IRP district is so structured as to permit, along with any specific uses, the manufacturing, compounding, processing, packaging, assembly and/or treatment of finished or semi-finished products from previously prepared material. 3. The uses permitted in this district and the application of required development standards will create compatible and orderly development of the area and will promote both safe and convenient vehicular and pedestrian traffic. 4. The district is to be used only in those areas of the township which are served by public water and sanitary sewer facilities, and where storm drainage is sufficient to handle an intense development. All uses in the IRP district shall also be subject to special development standards set forth in section 36-131. b. Permitted uses. 1. All uses permitted as of right in the I-1 district. I-1 permitted uses include: 1.All uses permitted as of right in the OS district. 2.Manufacturing, research, assembly, testing and repair of components, devices, equipment and systems of professional, scientific and controlling instruments, photographic and optical goods, and electronic and electrical equipment, including the following: (i)Communication, transmission/reception & equipment. (ii)Data processing equipment. (iii)Graphics and art equipment. (iv)Metering instruments. (v)Optical devices, equipment. (vi)Phonographs, audio units, radio & television equipment. (vii)Photographic equipment. (viii)Radar, infra-red and ultra-violet equipment. (ix)Scientific and mechanical instruments. (x)Testing equipment. (xi)Electrical machinery, equipment and supplies, electronic components. (xii)Office, computing and accounting machines. 3.Manufacturing, processing, packaging or assembling of pharmaceutical preparations, cosmetics, and toiletries. 4.Manufacturing, processing or packaging of plastic products such as laminate, pipe, plumbing products, and miscellaneous molded or extruded products. 5.Research and design centers with related office buildings where offices are designed to accommodate executive, administrative, professional, accounting, engineering, architectural, and support personnel. 6.Printing, publishing and related activities. 7.Artist, pottery and recording studios. 8.Employee services. Employee services such as a cafeteria, snack bar or exercise gym may be permitted as an accessory use. 9.Office and warehouse of skilled trade contractor (i.e. electrical, heating, plumbing). 10.Office and warehouse of service contractor (i.e. cleaning services, home maintenance/repair). Conditional uses include: 1.Tool and die & machine shops. 2.Retail sales when conducted in conjunction with a principal permitted or conditional use. Floor area devoted to retail shall not exceed ten percent of gross floor area. 5.Self-storage facilities, subject to section 36-140 6.Wireless communication facilities, subject to section 36-143 7.Private indoor recreation uses such as bowling establishments, gymnasiums, ice skating rinks, tennis clubs, roller skating rinks, court sport facilities, and similar recreational uses. 8.Warehousing, wholesaling, refrigerated and general storage. 9.Standard restaurants. 10.Indoor theaters and performance space for artistic expression, not including motion picture theaters. 11.Community wastewater utility systems, subject to section 36-318 12.Large scale retail establishment, subject to section 36-134 13.Minor vehicle repair facilities subject to section 36-137 2. Warehousing, wholesaling, storage, with other permitted use. 3. Training/educational centers to provide training at the business, technical, or professional level.
Topography: Level
Easements: Electric Lines
Soil Type: Mixed
Available Utilities: Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 2,224 11,077 22,844
Median Age: 38.09 39.4 40.98
Households: 988 4,367 8,666


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