This corner location is full of possibilities, with a total of 216 feet of street frontage for maximum development options. You can have your business and home on the same property. Zoned B1 by the Town of Summerdale, which means that what is built must first be for commercial use, but it also has the option to include a residential component. This will allow for the owner (or a tenant) to go back to the way a lot of downtowns were developed when the business owners lived above or behind their businesses. The structure can be two stories, but plans would be submitted for approval based on desired overall usage plans. (See the attached city zoning ordinances, Section 606 starting at the bottom of page 43, for a full description of the use rules for this zone.) The three lots cannot be separated. (In fact, you can add two more lots that are also for sale by different sellers to add 50 feet on 1st St. for about one third of the block's frontage; see MLS 322032.) According to city staff, setbacks are 20 feet in the front, 25 feet in the back and at least five feet on the sides per fire code. Although not developed, the city plat also shows an "alley" access; confirm with the city about how to access the back of the lots, if desired. Exact boundaries are to be confirmed by the buyer or their agent. A copy of the city's development plan can be provided upon request. Because there had previously been a building on this parcel, water and sewer taps are already in place in front of lot 18.
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