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Hope Hill Rd, Brooksville, FL 34601, USA

Property Description

R34 422 19 0000 0780 0020, R34 422 19 0000 0780 0000, R33 422 19 0000 0330 0010, TAXES $770.00 TOTAL, FLOOD ZONE X, Property consist of 3 parcels, has been approved for 111 lots. Located in the City of Brooksville. There is a joint agreement with Greenpoint Community and the City to develop 4 lanes. The City upon approval will place monies in an escrow account for 2 of the 4 lanes on Governor's Blvd.(Extension) Contact City Planner, view agreement between City and Greenpoint & Brooksville. Steven Goldman, zoning contact stated 1. The zoning ordinance for the property had a sunset clause. As a result of inactivity, it only has a PDP shell. You would first have to rezone the property to get entitlements. Only after approval of the rezoning could we determine how it can be subdivided. The maximum density is 2.5 units per acre. You will not be able to avoid the cord construction issue.

2. You cannot split any of the parcel numbers without rezoning. Period! If you want to do a mobile home on the property, it would require a PDP rezoning. Property has no entitlements.
If you want to do something you must go through the rezoning process. The rezoning process is 4 months after you have submitted a rezoning application. There is no use assigned to the properties. The PDP Ordinance governed the properties expired. You will have to rezone the properties and request what you want.

Hope Hill Entrance was approved and designed as an Emergency Entrance. Would need to go back to City Council for the public hearing to use as the primary entrance, Neighbors will be notified.

Seller will do a joint venture, he is in the construction business, road building but rather sell as-is.

Contact Agent



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