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$3,197.00

0.161 acres | Zoning

Between the wide open spaces of Montana and the beautiful and numerous lakes of Minnesota, lies North Dakota and the best of both worlds. Seeking abundant sunshine, distinct seasons, and desirable and easily accessible property for recreation, this parcel is worth your attention. The longest river in the U.S., the Missouri River does not take a backseat. Feeding beautiful Lake Sakakawea and the bountiful fishing and majestic landscapes, this property is beckoning the owner wrapping peace, quiet, and opportunity all in one.

Land Specifics

Property Number 13993
Size 0.161 acres
Dimensions 50' x 140'
Road Access Gravel Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning
Zoning Code Not Zoned - Residential
Zoning Definition

Though the City of Ryder does not have zoning districts, there is still a requirement to obtain a building permit prior to any building. Within the city it is heavily implied that lots will be used for residential uses.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Homesite
Nearby Usage
  • Farming

Location

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State North Dakota
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) RD000010200040
Estimated Annual Taxes $24.73
Legal Description

Original Ryder Lot 4 Block 2 Ryder-S161- City of Ryder Parcel Number: RD000010200040

Monthly HOA Dues $0
HOA
HOA Dues $0
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