Columbia, SC Richland Country Land 0. acre for sale in Columbia, SC

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LandCentral Property number 9119. This is a fantastic lot that is both commercial and residential. It is a large lot in a suburb NW of Columbia which means there is city utilities and paved roads. It is possible to build a single family home or a multi-family dwelling with a maximum of 16 units on the parcel. The lot is flat and grass covered with no trees to clear making this an easy lot to build on.

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Road Access: Paved Road

Slope Description: Mostly Flat

Dimensions: 142' x 152' x 79' x 51' x 99' x 149'

Zoning: Residential

Zoning Code: GC (General Commercial)

Zoning Definition: Primary Zoning-GC (General Commercial): GC (General Commercial) Multi-Family dwellings permitted with a maximum density of 16 unites per 1 acre. Several commercial uses permitted. Setback standards: The following minimum setbacks shall be required for principal uses in the GC District: a. Front: 25 feet. b. Side: None. c. Rear: 10 feet. The maximum height of structures in the GC District shall be forty-five feet (3 stories or less). Secondary Zoning- RS-MD (Residential Medium Density): Single-Family detached residential district of medium densities. Minimum lot area: 8,500 square feet. Setback standards: The following minimum setbacks shall be required for principal uses in the RS-MD District: a. Front: 25 feet. b. Side: 13 feet total for side setback, with 4 feet minimum for any one side. c. Rear: 20 feet. Maximum height 45 ft.

  • Price: $40,000

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