Florida Land For Sale $3,500 thirty minutes south of Daytona, along I-95 (this post contains all info and links)

Adjoining property

Adjoining property

I have two 2.5 acre parcels of undeveloped land in Volusia County, Florida for $3,500 each. They are 30 minutes south of Daytona Beach, between I-95 and US 1.  I have several posts about this property, but this one contains all the info and links in one place.  The property can be seen from I-95 and maps are at the links below.  See both lots on the map at http://horizonsmagazine.com/volusiabothlots/index.html.   Here is a link to Sec # Lot 327 showing its proximity to Maytown Road http://horizonsmagazine.com/VolusiaE327/index.html. The lots are land locked, so you would go through the process to apply for an easement to gain access and for use.  Adjoining neighbors have locks on the gates of the access roads.   The below is all the info I have on the property.

Parcel 8447-02-05-3270 and Parcel 8447-02-07-3360
2014 Taxes were $34.04 each
2014 Taxable Value $1484 each

These lots are just east of I-95 in Cape Atlantic Estates located 6 miles west of Oak Hill
These lots are not connected.   See both lots on the map at http://horizonsmagazine.com/volusiabothlots/index.html boxed in yellow.
Lot 336 is in Section G
Lot 327 is in Section E

East of I-95 and west of Maytown Road, just south of the 90 degree turn where Maytown Road begins heading due north.  This is 6 miles west of US 1.

No address but zip code 32759

Latitude 28 43′ 21″ N
Longitute 80 53′ 1″ W
http://webserver.vcgov.org/index.html

Parcel record search –> http://webserver.vcgov.org/vc_search.html and search the name De Michaelis, Andrea

PARCEL NO. 1
Parcel 8447-02-05-3270     2.5 acre parcel 
Full Parcel ID 47-18-34-02-05-3270
Short Parcel ID 8447-02-05-3270
Section   S72 T20S R34E

Legal description: 47 18 34 E 330 FT OF W 11220 FT OF S 330 FT OF N 4620 FT OF JN LOWE GRANT AKA LOT 327 CAPE ATL SEC E UNREC SUB NO 220 EX C 50 PC SUBSURFACE RIGHTS PER OR 4252 PG 1196

PARCEL NO. 2
Parcel 8447-02-07-3360     2.5 acre parcel
Full Parcel ID 47-18-34-02-07-3360
Short Parcel ID     8447-02-07-3360
Section   S72 T20S R34E
Legal description: 47 18 34 E 330 FT OF W 8250 FT OF S 330 FT OF N 15180 FT OF JN LOWE GRANT AKA LOT 336 CAPE ATL SEC G UNREC SUB NO 222

My friend Tod McNeal emailed Zoning and here are their emails:

Greetings John,  Thank you so much for sending these links and information so quickly! Also want to thank you for educating me regards the term borrow pit (correct) vs burrow pit (incorrect), which one lot seems to about as per the aerial map Andrea posted.

Secondly, I want to thank you for educating me that the word “vested” is equivalent to “grandfathered” layman’s language.

During our phone conversation, I mentioned that the aerial views seemed to indicate that there is no platted access to either lot from the existing road.  You indicated that that is not uncommon in Volusia County pertaining to rural lots and that to become a useable lot one would have to be deeded an easement as an essential element towards using the lots for building purposes in the future.

Also required, though still murky to me, is either some sort of proof (via a title company) that the lots are non conforming (as per some date, which I believe to be 1980 or 1981, where undersized, non-adjoining lots may be ‘vested’) regards the requirements respectively to have either 10 acres or 20 acres for buildability within the agricultural zoning classification.

John, I am wondering if a potential purchaser of either of these lots might be allowed to fence them to keep their horses or cows on but not build a house or other structure?

I guess broader question would be: What possible uses are allowed under the current zoning IF the issue of access can be resolved?

Thank you very much and happy holidays,
Tod

On Dec 23, 2013 8:55 AM, “John Stockham” <jstockham@volusia.org> wrote:

Per the above referenced parcels, they both appear to be nonconforming lots.  A nonconforming lot letter guide is attached that you may present to a Florida title company.  They will do research to see if the lots are vested at the current size or if they are not eligible for building permits.

For the zoning, please note the following:
Parcel 8447-02-07-3360: Forestry Resource (FR), 20 acres required
Parcel 8447-02-05-3270: Prime Agriculture (A-1), 10 acres required

Please demonstrate that both parcels have legal and physical access to the properties.

Here is a link to do the zoning research:
http://www.volusia.org/services/growth-and-resource-management/building-and-zoning/

and for the zoning code itself: www.municode.com

Here is the cut-and-paste from Municode about the uses on FR and A-1 zoned property:

“Except for those permitted special exceptions and principal uses listed hereunder, all agricultural pursuits, including the processing, packaging, storage and sale of agriculture products which are raised on the premises. ”

This means that agricultural operations are allowed as a permitted, principal use.

Here’s the complete info for Forestry Resource:

FR FORESTRY RESOURCE CLASSIFICATION [5]

Purpose and intent: The purpose and intent of the FR Forestry Resource Classification is to preserve land that is suited for multiple-use resource management. It is further intended that this classification will permit limited agricultural activities. In addition, all agricultural uses should be encouraged to utilize natural resource conservation service (formerly the soil conservation service) best management techniques and other agricultural best management practices. Permitted principal uses and structures: In the FR Forestry Resource Classification, no premises shall be used except for the following uses and their customary accessory uses and structures:

Aquaculture operations in which there are no associated excavations.
Apiaries.
Docks in accordance with section 72-278.
Communication towers not exceeding 70 feet in height above ground level.
Essential utility services.

Except for those permitted special exceptions and principal uses listed hereunder, all agricultural pursuits, including the processing, packaging, storage and sale of agriculture products which are raised on the premises.

Exempt excavations (refer to subsection 72-293(15)) and/or those which comply with division 3 of the Land Development Code of Volusia County [article III] and/or final site plan review procedures of this article.

Exempt landfills.
Fire stations.
Fish, hunting or nonprofit organization camps.
Fishing, hunting, forestry and wildlife management areas.
Hobby breeder.
Home occupations, class A (refer to section 72-283).
Houses of worship.
Parks and recreation areas accessory to residential developments.
Public schools.
Publicly owned parks and recreational areas.
Publicly owned or regulated water supply wells.

Silvicultural operations, which follow the most up to date state-prescribed best management practices.

Single-family standard, manufactured modular or mobile home dwelling.
Tailwater recovery systems.
Worm raising.)

Permitted special exceptions. Additional regulations/requirements governing permitted special exceptions are located in sections 72-293 and 72-415 of this article.

Aquaculture operations in which there are non-exempt excavations (refer to subsection 72-293(15)).

Animal hospital, veterinary clinics.
Animal shelters.
Cemeteries (refer to subsection 72-293(4)).
Communication towers exceeding 70 feet in height above ground level.
Dairies and dairy products.
Dogs and cats boarded as personal pets exceeding the number permitted in subsection 72-306(a).
Equestrian/livestock event facility.
Farmworker living facility (refer to subsection 72-293(11)).
Fixed-wing aircraft landing fields.

Forestry resource subdivisions at a density no greater than one dwelling unit per ten acres provided the requirements of subsection
72-293(21) are met.

Garage apartments.
Helipads.
Hog farms.
Home occupations, class B (refer to section 72-293).
Kennels.
Livestock feed lots.
Nonexempt excavations (refer to subsection 72-293(15)).
Poultry farms.

Processing, packaging, storage, retail or wholesale sales of agricultural products not raised on the premises.

Public uses not listed as a permitted principal use.
Public utility uses and structures (refer to subsection 72-293(1)).
Recreational areas (refer to subsection 72-293(3)).
Riding stables.
Sawmills and planing mills.
Schools, parochial or private (refer to subsection 72-293(4)).
Wholesale or retail fertilizer sales.

Dimensional requirements:

Minimum lot size:
Area: 20 acres.
Width: 150 feet.

Minimum yard size:
Front yard: 100 feet.
Rear yard: 50 feet.
Side yard: 50 feet.

Waterfront yard: 50 feet.
Maximum building height: 45 feet.
Minimum floor area: 750 square feet.

Maximum lot coverage: The total lot area covered with principal and accessory buildings shall not exceed ten percent.

Off-street parking and loading requirements: Off-street parking and loading areas meeting the requirements of sections 72-286 and 72-287 shall be constructed.

Skirting requirements for mobile home dwelling: The area between the ground and floor of the mobile home dwelling shall be enclosed with skirting.

(Ord. No. 92-6, § IX, 6-4-92; Ord. No. 94-4, § XI, 5-5-94; Ord. No. 95-17, § II, 6-15-95; Ord. No. 97-19, § II, 8-7-97; Ord. No. 98-25, §VII, 12-17-98; Ord. No. 00-30, § 1, 10-5-00; Ord. No. 2004-20, § V,
12-16-04; Ord. No. 2009-17, § III, 5-21-09; Ord. No. 2010-19, § II, 12-16-10)

 

And for Prime Agriculture:

A-1 PRIME AGRICULTURE CLASSIFICATION

Purpose and intent: The purpose and intent of the A-1 Prime Agriculture Classification is to preserve valuable agricultural land for intensive agricultural uses, and to protect land best suited for agricultural uses
from the encroachment of incompatible land uses:

In order to ensure the long-term vitality of agricultural uses and natural resources, all agricultural uses are encouraged to utilize the natural resource conservation service (formerly the soil conservation
service) best management techniques and other agricultural best management practices.

Permitted principal uses and structures: In the A-1 Prime Agriculture Classification, no premises shall be used except for the following uses and their customary accessory uses and structures:

Apiaries.
Aquaculture operations in which there are no associated excavations.
Aviaries.
Docks in accordance with section 72-278.
Communication towers not exceeding 70 feet in height above ground level.
Essential utility services.

Except for those permitted special exceptions listed hereunder, all agricultural pursuits, including the processing, packaging, storage and sale of agriculture products which are raised on the premises.

Exempt excavations (refer to subsection 72-293(15)) and/or those which comply with division 8 of the Land Development Code of Volusia County [article III] and/or final site plan review procedures of this article.
Exempt landfills (refer to subsection 72-293(16)).

Fire stations.
Hobby breeder.
Home occupations, class A (refer to section 72-283).
Houses of worship.

Outdoor entertainment event (refer to section 10-31 et seq., article II, Code of Ordinances of the County of Volusia).

Public schools.
Publicly owned parks and recreational areas.
Publicly owned or regulated water supply wells.

Silvicultural operations which follow the most up to date state-prescribed best management practices.

Single-family standard, manufactured modular or mobile home dwelling.
Tailwater recovery systems.
Worm raising.

Permitted special exceptions: Additional regulations/requirements governing permitted special exceptions are located in sections 72-293 and 72-415 of this article.

Air curtain incinerators (refer to subsection 72-293(17)).
Animal hospitals.
Animal shelters.

Aquaculture operations in which there are nonexempt excavations (refer to subsection 72-293(15)).

Cemeteries (refer to subsection 72-293(4)).
Communication towers exceeding 70 feet in height above ground level.

Construction and demolition debris disposal facility as regulated under 62-701.730, F.A.C., (minimum parcel size of 20 acres).

Dogs and cats boarded as personal pets exceeding the number permitted in subsection 72-306(a).

Equestrian/livestock event facility.
Farm worker living facility (refer to section 72-293(11)).
Fish, hunting or nonprofit organization camps.
Fixed-wing aircraft landing fields and helipads.
Garage apartments.
Group homes (refer to subsection 72-293(12)).
Home occupations, class B (refer to section 72-283).
Kennels.

Landfill, class III as regulated under Rule 62-701.340, F.A.C., (minimum parcel size of 20 acres). Refer to subsection 72-293(16).

Materials recovery facility as regulated under Rule 62-701.700, F.A.C., (minimum parcel size of 20 acres). Refer to subsection 72-293(16).

Nonexempt excavations (refer to subsection 72-293(15)).

Off-site disposal of land clearing debris as regulated under Rule 62-701.803, F.A.C., (minimum parcel size of 20 acres). Refer to subsection 72-293(16).

Off-street parking areas (refer to subsection 72-293(14)).

Processing, packaging, storage, retail or wholesale sales of agricultural products not raised on the premises.

Public uses not listed as a permitted principal use.
Public utility uses and structures (refer to subsection 72-293(1)).
Railroad yards, sidings and terminals.

Recovered materials facility as regulated under Rule 62-701.220(2)(c), F.A.C., (minimum parcel size of 20 acres). Refer to subsection 72-293(16).

Recreational areas (refer to subsection 72-293(3)).
Riding stables.
Sawmills and planing mills.
Schools, parochial or private (refer to subsection 72-293(4)).

Temporary and permanent asphalt batching and cement plants (refer to subsection 72-293(9)).

Temporary campsites for three days before, during and three days after any regularly scheduled racing event at the Daytona Beach International Speedway for Speedweeks, Biketoberfest, the Pepsi 400, and Bike Week, on condition that security, portable toilets, garbage disposal and potable water facilities sufficient to accommodate all occupants and other relevant conditions are provided. Related special events and sales are allowed, if approved as part of the special exception.

Veterinary clinics.
Wholesale or retail fertilizer sales.

Dimensional requirements:
Minimum lot size:
Area: Ten acres.
Width: 150 feet.

Minimum yard size:
Front yard: 100 feet.
Rear yard: 50 feet.
Side yard: 50 feet.

Waterfront yard: 50 feet.
Maximum building height: 45 feet.

Maximum lot coverage: The total lot area covered with principal and accessory buildings shall not exceed 35 percent.

Minimum floor area:
750 square feet.

Off-street parking and loading requirements: Off-street parking and loading areas meeting the requirements of sections 72-286 and 72-287 shall be constructed.

Skirting requirement for mobile home dwelling: The area between the ground and floor of the mobile home dwelling shall be enclosed with skirting.

(Ord. No. 81-39, § V, 11-19-81; Ord. No. 82-20, §§ V, XIII, 12-9-82; Ord. No. 84-1, §§ III, IV, 3-8-84; Ord. No. 85-2, § I, 3-14-85; Ord. No. 87-14, § II, 6-18-87; Ord. No. 89-20, §§ VI—VIII, 6-20-89; Ord. No. 90-34, § 9, 9-27-90; Ord. No. 92-6, § XI, 6-4-92; Ord. No. 94-4, § XIII, 5-5-94; Ord. No. 97-19, § II, 8-7-97; Ord. No. 98-25, § VII, 12-17-98; Ord. No. 2002-22, § V, 11-7-02; Ord. No. 2004-20, § V, 12-16-04; Ord. No. 2009-17, § III, 5-21-09; Ord. No. 2010-19, § II, 12-16-10)

Thank you and Happy Holidays,

John H. Stockham, ASLA
Planner III / Ombudsman
(386) 943-7059, ext. 12617

 The lots are land locked, so you would go through the process to apply for an easement to gain access and for use.

 If you’re interested in purchasing these lots, email Andrea at horizonsmagazine@gmail.com.

The above is all the info I have on the property.