1.3 acres | Commercial Zoning
This amazing property is at the end of a street and one of the biggest properties in the area. All the homes around it are beautifully maintained and show a definite pride in ownership. The sweet town of Ahoskie it is settled in is known as “The Only One” due to the fact that it is the only city in the world with that name. It is a very blue collar town with the steel rolling mill in the next town the biggest employer. It truly is a place in which everyone looks out for one another and the neighbors genuinely care. Don’t let the chance to make this dreamy town your home.
|Dimensions||200' x 300'|
|Road Access||Gravel Road|
|Slope Description||Mostly Flat|
|Zoning Code||I-L (Light Industrial District)|
I-L (Light Industrial District): A. Purpose: The Light Industrial District is established as a district in which the principal use of land is for industries which can be operated in a relatively clean and quiet manner and which would not be obnoxious to adjacent residential or other districts and for wholesale and jobbing establishments, which require relatively large sites and have limited contact with the general public. B. Permitted Uses: 1. Assembly of farm products such as granaries and storage bins, but not fertilizer or tallow plants. 2. Automobile/Truck Repair Garage with outside storage of wrecked or inoperable automobiles permitted only for autos actually in process of repair and such vehicles shall be concealed from a public street by a fences, wall, or evergreen plants at least five (5) feet high. 3. Bag manufacturer 4. Boat manufacturer 5. Bottling works 6. Cabinet making 7. Cold storage plant 8. Contractor and Cleaning shops 9. Dry cleaning and laundry plants 10. Electrical and industrial and farm equipment repair, but not railroad equipment. 11. Fertilizer storage and sales 12. Food processing in wholesale quantity, except meat, fish, poultry, vinegar, and yeast. 13. Grain elevators 14. Garment manufacture 15. Household appliance manufacturer 16. Industrial research and educational facilities 17. Laboratories for research and testing 18. Leather goods manufacturer 19. Lumber and building materials storage and sales. 20. Optical and scientific instruments, jewelry and clocks, musical instrument manufacturer. 21. Pharmaceutical products manufacturer 22. Printing, publishing and reproduction establishments 23. Public utilities to include, but not limited to distribution lines, substations, transmission lines; water tanks; and telecommunications exchanges. 24. Repair and servicing of office and household equipment 25. Sheet metal shops 26. Sign manufacturer, painting and maintenance 27. Accessory Use Solar Collector – Small scale, solar collectors shall be permitted to generate electrical energy for the primary purpose of onsite consumption in accordance with minimum setbacks as required for all other accessory buildings and structures within said district, as evidenced on a standard site plan. 28. Storage warehouses and yards 29. Textile manufacturing 30. Tinsmith shops 31. Towers are permitted provided that all towers shall be set a minimum of fifty (50) feet from all exterior property lines. When the property abuts a Residential & Agriculture (RA) District or Riverside Residential and Camping (RR&C) District the minimum setback from that District shall be a minimum of two hundred (200) feet. Towers shall be fenced and have all necessary permits prior to construction. 32. Venetian blind manufacturer 33. Warehouses 34. Welding shops 35. Wholesale and jobbing establishments, including incidental retail outlets for only such merchandise as is handled for wholesale.
|On Property Usage/Potential||
|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||5993 52 9228|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$460.90|
That certain tract of land and any improvements attached thereto known as 21 and 28A, JC Newsome Lot on Holloman Avenue in the Town of Ahoskie, Hertford County, North Carolina, bound on the North by Holloman Avenue, on the East by various lots, on the South by McKinley Avenue, and on the West by the Seaboard Coastline Railroad right-of way, fronting 200 feet on Holloman Avenue and 200 feet on McKinley Avenue and 300 feet on Seaboard Coastline Railroad right-of-way; Beginning at an iron stake on the North side of McKinley Avenue, a comer for the Lisa Louise Weaver lot; thence along the North side of McKinley Avenue in a Northwesterly direction a distance of200 feet to an iron stake, Seaboard Coastline Railroad; thence along the East side of said right-of-way in a Northeasterly direction a distance of 300 feet to Holloman Avenue; thence along Holloman A venue in a Southeasterly direction a distance of 200 feet to a stake; thence in a Southwesterly direction along the western edge of various lots, a distance of 300 feet to McKinley Avenue, the point of beginning. The Hertford County Tax Department identification number for the subject tract is 5993-52-9228; and is further described as the lands conveyed by deed dated September 16, 2013 from Stephanie B. Irvin, Commissioner, to Hertford County, recorded at Book 757, page 585, Hertford County Registry.
|Monthly HOA Dues||$0|