Charlotte County Waterfront Development Property
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Ainger Creek, Charlotte County
Location: The property is located on the Ainger Creek, Englewood Charlotte County, Lampp Drive
Acreage: The property includes +/- 31.12 acres. There are approximately 2 acres of wetlands located within the property.
Creek frontage: +/- 2,750 feet
Electric: Florida Power and Light
Water: Englewood Water District
Sewer:Englewood Water District
Zoning: Low Density Residential, RSF 5, Residential Single Family
Permits: For Residential Development Special Exception (Cluster Housing) County Development Review County Preliminary Plat
Additional info: A 60’ easement for access to adjoining parcel. No Scrub Jay according to Charlotte GIS and Fall 04 Survey.
Charlotte County Waterfront Development Property Price: $4.4 Million cash only
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Aigner Creek Summary
The following information is relative to the subject parcel located on Lamp Street, Englewood, Florida. All information contained in this outline is strictly the opinion of the seller. The seller does not warranty this information and provides this information to address immediate questions and concerns as a matter of opinion. Final verification of the findings will be the responsibility of the contracted party.
The subject property is located within 10 minutes of the Gulf of Mexico and minutes from the modern conveniences of the major infrastructure in Englewood, Florida. Adjacent to the subject parcel is a new gated community named Stillwater. This development is strictly a planned development with no additional amenities. Prices within this single family community start in the low $300K. Additionally, the subject property borders the new Englewood YMCA with a significant buffer between the two parcels.
Englewood is located in different counties of Florida. The subject parcel is located in Charlotte County.
The subject property is currently zoned RSF-5 with a future land use designation of low density residential. The property is bordered on one side by a Charlotte County road named Lampp Street. The subject property has over 2000, plus or minus, linear feet of water frontage. The frontage is on a tidal Creek commonly named Ainger Creek. This creek is shallow in depth, but clearly allows for access to the Gulf of Mexico via tidal controls. The enclosed mapping clearly indicates adjoining residents with docking and boat traffic within this creek area. The subject property also has an internal lagoon for safe harbor. These types of natural navigational cuts have been permitted in the past for enlargement.
A wetland line is currently being reviewed and first inspections clearly indicate a small amount of wetland jurisdiction will be claimed, approximately 2 acres +/-. At this time no endangered species have been identified and the subject parcel does not fall into the scrub jay overlay district Charlotte County implemented.
The subject property is located in three different Hazard Zones. A portion is located in the tropical and the Category 1 zones, with a majority located within the Category 2 zone. This is relative to the density. Charlotte County does not allow any increase in density within a tropical or Category 1 zone. The seller has determined the highest and best use for the property is a special exception cluster housing subdivision. The maximum number of potential units is 150. This would allow a multi family product clustered outside of the tropical and Category 1 zones. If the Category 1 zone was used for the development the approvals would reduce the density in these areas to 3.5 units per acre therefore reducing the overall unit count accordingly.
The seller has made assumptions, with local engineers, that docking to accommodate the residential units is very possible and certainly fits within the outlines of permitable activity conforming to the most recent guidelines for such a development and all local, state and federal guidelines.
The subject property has both water and sewer available through Englewood Water District.
A developer’s agreement would have to be obtained to extend service. A letter of availability has been provided. The property is located within the infill area outline by Charlotte County for priority service for these types of approved projects.
Charlotte county Special Exception for Cluster Housing as well as Development Review, Preliminary Plat Southwest Florida Water Management and USACOE Intent to issue have been secured by the seller.
An extensive package of property information is available upon request and appropriate agreement with the seller.