Ashland, KY Boyd Country Land 0. acre for sale in Ashland, KY

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This .17-acre lot is in a well-established neighborhood, just blocks away from the Ohio River. This city, Ashland, blends history, culture and outdoor recreation. Located at the northeastern edge of the state, this property gives you access to a wealth of opportunities. Owner financing available.

Property Number 9986

Road Access: Paved Road

Slope Description: Mostly Flat

Legal Description: Beginning at the point of intersection of the easterly line of 32nd Street with the northerly line of Central Avenue; thence southeast with the aforesaid line of Central Avenue, and fronting thereon, forty-seven (47) feet, more or less; thence with line of said lot northeast and along a line parallel with the line of 32nd Street one hundred thirty-five (135) feet, more or less, to the southerly line of an alley fifteen (15) feet in width lying next southerly of the right of way of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company; thence northwest with said line of alley forty-seven (47)feet, more or less, to the easterly line of 32nd Street; thence southwest with said line of 32nd Street one hundred thirty-five (135) feet, more or less, to the point of beginning.

Dimensions: 47' x 145' x 56' x 139'

Zoning: Residential

Zoning Code: R-5 (Residential/ Medium Density)

Zoning Definition: R-5 (Residential/ Medium Density): Permitted uses include Single-Family dwelling, Duplex, Small and Middle Scale Multi-Family, Town House and Zero Lot Line, Churches. Min Lot size 2,500 sq ft. Min Lot Width: Single Family 40', Duplex 40', Multi-Family 40', Townhouse 24', Zero Lot Line 35'. Property Setbacks: Front 20' - 25' depending on use. Side 0-10' depending on use. Rear 10'. Lot Coverage: Single and Duplex 35%; Multi-Family, Townhouse and Zero Lot Line 50%. Max building height 35'.

  • Price: $17,900

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