The project applicant is requesting approval for the following on the 4.84-acre site (APNs 726-09-001 and 726-09-002):
•Demolition of two residential units and associated outbuildings;
•Subdivision of the project site into 24 residential lots; and,
•Construction of 24 single-family residential units, public access roads, and a private park.
The proposed project involves the development of 24 residential units on the project site. The lots would vary in size, from 3,862 square feet to 9,228 square feet. The majority of the single-family lots would be sized between 7,000 and 8,000 square feet. The project would include 12 single-story and 12 two-story units, distributed throughout the site to create height variation and a visually interesting appearance within the neighborhood. All of the proposed residential units would include attached garages for two vehicles.
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Residential (Units 24, Acres 4.84)
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