$1,100,000 – currently appraised value$1,100,000 - Here is a rare opportunity to procure a well-located land tract in Waxhaw. The property, which includes the amphitheater of the onetime Listen and Remember outdoor drama and the Scottish Games, adjoins Waxhaw Elementary School and the Museum of the Waxhaws. It is ideal for development as residential and possibly some mixed-use.
Specifics:This 16.19-acre portion of the total 21.19 acres owned by the Andrew Jackson Historical Foundation is to be surveyed out. With a paved driveway this parcel is partially open and wooded level terrain. Portion of the front is sloping with some low areas. The majority of the parcel is located in Waxhaw with a strip crossing the front portion still located in the county. The county portion, described below, is zoned as B-2 for general business. A small portion at the property front on Hwy 75 is in the city and zoned NC (Neighborhood Center). This zoning allows for mixed use including retail commercial combined with residential combinations not exceeding 8 units/acre. The remainder is located in the city and is now zoned R-1 (Single-Family Residential). Waxhaw is seeking more mixed use (NC zoning) development and should be willing to consider rezoning from R-1 to NC. Water and sewer capacity from Union County for this property would have to be confirmed by interested buyers. The sewer capacity with current usage and projected submitted requests is taxing the maximum available capacity.
Utilities:County water, electricity, phone & Internet and possible sewer. Buyer is responsible to confirm availability of all utilities.
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16.19 acres (21.19 – 5.00 acres) Retaining 5.00-acre portion with facility