The project site consists of an undeveloped 21.14-acre parcel located at 77 Portuguese Bend Road and existing private off-site access drive. The proposed project involves four components: 1) construction of an 8,847-square-foot single-family residence (hereafter referred to as “proposed home”); 2) construction of a 2,427-square-foot guesthouse; 3) construction of a 2,766-square-footpool area; and 4) the re-alignment and potential modification of an existing road and driveway into the easement area located between residences at 73 and 74 Portuguese Bend Road. The proposed home would include two two-car garages, four bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Amenities associated with the proposed home would include an open central courtyard, a gym/workshop, a breakfast nook, a laundry room, and a pantry. The proposed guesthouse would include an open pond courtyard, one bedroom, one bathroom and one half-bathroom. The proposed pool area would include a swimming pool with a pool gate, jacuzzi, walkway, and pool deck. The proposed project would also include a 450-square-foot stable, a 550-square-foot corral, and a trash enclosure near the northern boundary of the project footprint.
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Residential (Acreage includes guesthouse and amenities)(Units 1, Acres 0.3)
Site Plan, Use Permit
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