Jackson, MS Hinds Country Land 1. acre for sale in Jackson, MS

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This treed lot is not within a Subdivision and is zoned for Residential use. This gives you the chance to build an amazing home without worrying about neighbors. On the parcel map, you will see indication that most of the surrounding land has not been subdivided at all. There are schools and churches within a few miles of the property and within 5 miles or less there are other conveniences, such as shopping. Owner financing available.

Property Number 10224

Road Access: Paved Road

Slope Description: Rolling

Legal Description: BEG NW COR SE 1/4 SW 1/4 E 157 FT SELY 157 FT W 211.65 FT N 147.22 FT TO POB SEC 23 T5 R1W BEG 147.22 FT S OF NW COR SE 1/4 SW 1/4 SEC 23 T5 R1W E 211.65 FT SLY ON FOREST HILL ROAD 200 FT W 281.36 FT N 187.3 FT TO POB

Dimensions: 157' x 357' x 281.36' x 334.52'

Zoning: Residential

Zoning Code: R-1 (Residential)

Zoning Definition: R-1 (Residential): Permitted Uses: 1. Single-Family residential dwellings and accessory structures. 2. Group Homes for the handicapped and personal care facilities housing six (6) or fewer residents, excluding staff. 3. Portable Storage Containers (POD) on a temporary basis. Special Exceptions: 1. Adult and Child Care Centers/Residential 2. Professional non-retail offices, including but not limited to, architects, attorneys, engineers, doctors, real estate, and insurance. Regulations: 1. Minimum lot area - 7,500 square feet. 2. Minimum lot width - sixty (60) feet measured at the front building setback line, except that corner lots shall be a minimum of eighty (80) feet wide. 3. Minimum front yard depth - twenty-five (25) feet from street right-of-way line. 4. Minimum side yard depth - five (5) feet, except on a corner lot the minimum side yard depth on the street side shall be twenty-five (25) feet. 5. Minimum rear yard depth - twenty-five (25) feet; however, a one (1) story extension may be projected into the rear yard but no closer than five (5) feet from the rear lot line.

  • Price: $22,000

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