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Seller: estate908 (669) 98%, Location: Miami, Florida, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 223767225511 Highland Park Estate Lot 12,500 sqft of High ground 40'+/- above sea level. Boat ramp down the street. Lake Istokpoga is a 26,762.9-acre (108.306 km2) freshwater lake in Highlands County, Florida.[1] It is fed by two creeks, Arbuckle Creek and Josephine Creek. The oblong-shaped lake is approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) wide by 10 miles (16 km) long. It is considered the fifth largest lake in the state of Florida.[2] Despite its area, it is very shallow, with an average depth of only 4 feet (1.2 m).[3] Maximum depth is 10 feet (3.0 m). As a result, boaters must be cautious to not become stranded in muck near the shore line. Bass and pontoon boats are the most commonly used watercraft, with some use of airboats. With such shallowness, this lake is extremely dangerous for boaters during windstorms, as the waves get quite high.Boating and fishing are popular activities at this lake. There are at least half a dozen fish camps on Lake Istokpoga. Several of these fish camps book visitors for fishing trips and they also have cabins and hook up for campers, for overnight stays. The amenities on the lake are 5 public boat ramps and 2 public parks, one on the lake's north side and the other on the south east corner. Most of the shoreline is undeveloped and there are two islands, Big and Bumble Bee, in the lake's interior. Some residential properties and private boat docks and beaches dot areas on the shore.Local legend is that the word Istokpoga is of the Seminole language meaning "a lake where someone was killed in the water"[4] because a group of Seminole Indians attempted to cross the lake and were bogged in the mire and swallowed by whirlpools.Lake Istokpoga serves as a home for the snail kite.[5] Please do your own research but I found this in the Highland county municode Section 12.05.201. - EU Estate District.SHARE LINK TO SECTIONPRINT SECTIONDOWNLOAD (DOCX) OF SECTIONSEMAIL SECTIONA.Intent. The EU estate district is intended to be single-family residential area, ranging from low to medium population density with minimum lot area.B.Permitted principal uses and structures in this district are:1.One-family dwelling. Single-family dwelling or a modular home not including a mobile home.2.Community residential homes licensed by the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services having six or fewer residents which otherwise meet the definition of a "community residential home" as that term is defined in F.S. Ch. 419, provided that such community homes shall not be located within a radius of 1,000 feet of another existing community residential home with six or fewer residents. (See Definition # 55B)3.Home occupations, as allowed pursuant to section 12.08.109 such as any occupation or profession carried on by a member of the family residing on the premises. There shall be no exterior advertising of such home occupation, other than a nameplate, not exceeding one square foot in area, or any display that will indicate from the exterior that the building is used for any purpose other than that of a dwelling and there shall not be kept thereon any stock in trade and provided that such home occupation is incidental to the main use of the building as adwelling.4.Recreation buildings and facilities, playgrounds, play fields, parks and beaches, owned and operated by federal, state, county or municipal governments.5.Existing cemetery, crematory or mausoleum.6.Existing railroad right-of-way, not including switching, freight or storage tracts, yards, buildings or maintenance structures.7.Publicly owned or operated library, art gallery or museum.8.Central wastewater treatment and water treatment facilities serving a single development when the water treatment facility is not included in the definition of a central potable water facility.9.Schools, public and private (see in definitions # 263).C.Permitted accessory uses and structures in this district shall be uses accessory to any of the permitted uses when located on the same lot, and not involving conduct of any business, trade, occupation or profession, except a home occupation as allowed insection 12.08.109.D.Special exceptions. Permissible in this district by the BOA after public hearing and subject to the appropriate conditions and safeguards are:1.Public utility facilities.2.Educational, recreational and social centers not operated for profit and intended to serve the surrounding neighborhood.3.Churches.4.Reserved.5.Golf course, not including miniature golf course or practice driving tee, providing lot comprises at least 100 acres of land in one parcel and any accessory parking area, building or structure is located not less than 100 feet from any residentially zoned property which is not a part of the plat.6.Open parking lots accessory only to the permitted uses either as a first permitted use or by special exception in the district in which the special exception is being sought.7.Guesthouse, providing that for any grant of special exception for such purpose, the owner shall sign an agreement that such guesthouse will not be used for rental purposes and providing such guesthouse shall have a minimum floor area of 600 square feet.8.The keeping or pasturing of hoofed animals, fowl, or livestock, subject to the appropriate conditions and safeguards pertaining to setbacks from property lines and dwellings under separate ownership, number and type of hoofed animals, fowl, or livestock, to be kept which shall be set at the public hearing. Such setbacksfor structures shall be not less than otherwise allowed in that district without a zoning variance.9.Central wastewater and water treatment facilities serving more than one development when the water treatment facility is not included in the definition of a central potable water facility.E.Minimum lot requirements.1.When located in an area mapped for low density residential use on the comprehensive plan future land use map, the minimum lot requirements in the EU district shall be 20,000 square feet minimum lot area and 100 feet minimum lot frontage; or2.When located in an area mapped for general agriculture use on the comprehensive plan future land use map, the minimum lot requirements in the EU district shall be five acres or greater minimum lot area and 100 feet minimum lot frontage for all parcels except those described in paragraph 3. of this subsection; or3.Parcels that are one acre or greater, have 100 feet of frontage, and are created pursuant to the family homestead provisions of the Florida Statutes and zoning regulations must meet the requirements of section 12.05.200.N. of this Code.F.Maximum lot coverage. Maximum lot coverage by all buildings in this district shall be 50 percent.G.Minimum yard requirements. The depth of front and rear yards, width of side yards for a residence in this district shall be:1.Front: 35 feet, minimum.2.Side: Ten feet, minimum.3.Rear: 25 feet, minimum.4.Corner: 15 feet, side street, minimum.H.Maximum height of structures. Maximum height of structures shall be as follows:1.Residence. No dwelling shall exceed 35 feet in height, except as provided in section 12.05.302. See definition of height of buildings in section non-residence. Same, except that with approval of BOA, maximum height may be 50 feet if BOA shall find such action will not injure surrounding property and accords with spirit and purpose of this chapter. Exceptions as provided in section 12.05.302 may apply. See definition of height of buildings insection 12.02.104.I.Permitted nonresidential structures or uses in this district shall be subject to the following yard requirements:1.Front: 35 feet (except accessory buildings, structures or uses).2.Side: 20 feet, with increase in minimum of one foot for each two feet of height of structure in excess of 20 feet (except accessory buildings, structures or uses).3.Rear: 25 feet (except accessory buildings, structures or uses).4.Corner: 25 feet.J.Minimum floor areas in this district shall be 1,000 square feet; ground floor area 750 square feet excluding carports, porches, patios, storage and utility.K.Limitations on signs shall apply in this district as follows: No signs intended to be read from off the premises, except:1.One non-illuminated wall or ground sign not over six square feet in area, advertising sale or rental of property upon which the sign is located.2.One non-illuminated wall or ground sign not over two square feet in area to prohibit trespassing, for safety or caution.3.On a lot containing permitted, nonresidential use other than an accessory use, one identification wall sign not over 12 square feet in area and one bulletin sign not over 32 square feet in area on each side street.4.Two soft lighted illuminated subdivision identification signs and two non-illuminated project signs on a subdivision under development to advertise the sale of lots or new houses, each having an area not over 128 square feet, provided such subdivision has an area of at least three acres.5.No animated, roof or projecting type signs permitted. Overall height of any ground sign not to exceed four feet above the ground, except that bulletin sign or subdivision sign may extend a maximum height of 12 feet above the ground.6.One temporary construction project ground sign, not to exceed 32 square feet of area, on each street side on which lot abuts, such sign not to be closer than 15 feet to any property line, not to be erected more than 60 days prior to beginning actual construction and to be removed upon completion of construction. If construction is not begun within 60 days after sign is erected or if construction shall not be continuously and actively prosecuted to completion, sign shall be removed.7.Neon-type signs prohibited.8.Strip lighting prohibited.9.Signs shall have a minimum setback of 15 feet from the front property line, provided that all other setback requirements are met.10.All signage must be located entirely within the property of the applicant.11.No sign shall be placed that would obstruct the visibility of pedestrians or motorists, or that would minimize or restrict access to adjoining properties.L.Limitations on uses. The following limitations on uses apply in this district:1.Central wastewater treatment facilities or structures or water treatment facilities or structures shall conform to the standards contained in section central potable water facilities that have an annual average withdrawal from any source or combined sources greater than or equal to 100,000 gpd, shall be located within the public water supply zoning district and the public water supply comprehensive plan future land use map designation and shall obtain a special use permit satisfying the standards contained in section 12.05.281, PW public water supply district, and sections 12.03.107 and 12.03.411 Special use permit approved by the BCC.Below is the email regarding clearing: I appreciate your patience and apologize for the delay in my response. I have put together the information you need in order to obtain a Land Clearing Permit for each of the parcels you listed. The following parcels are indicated to contain the Xeric Uplands habitat according to the Highlands County Conservation Overlay Map Series, and I have included total acreage that would be cleared (including road access at 12’ wide for some of them). Please keep in mind that I can issue a permit for a total of two (2) acres without an Environmental Clearance Report: 1313 & 1315 Acalpha St.: 22,500 sq. ft. for the two lots plus 12’x 600’ for the road (7200 sq. ft.) = approximately .7 acres111 Patton Ave.: 11,250 sq. ft. for the lot (existing road access) = approximately .25 acres214 Harcourt Ave.: 11,250 sq. ft. for the lot plus 12’ x 250’ for the road (3000 sq. ft.) = approximately .33 acres32 Dartmoor Ave.: 11,250 sq. ft. for the lot (existing road access) = approximately .25 acres I would also recommend contacting the Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission at 863-648-3200 regarding the Xeric Uplands parcels as there may be protected animal species in those areas. The following parcels are indicated to contain Cutthroat Seeps habitat according to the Highlands County Conservation Overlay Map Series. Before any clearing (regardless of acreage) or building can commence, I would need an Environmental Clearance Report prepared by either the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) or an independent Environmental Professional 630 Kennedy Street556 Palm Street448 JayHawk Avenue DEP’s information:Telephone: 239-344-5600Website: dep.state.fl.us Please feel free to contact me should you have any additional questions. Kind regards, Rebecca CablePlanning TechnicianHighlands County Planning Department501 S. Commerce AvenueSebring, FL 33870Tel: 863-402-6650Fax: 863-402-6651 Property Address: 111 Patton St, State/Province: Florida, Seller State of Residence: Florida, Zip/Postal Code: 33852, Zoning: Residential, City: lake placid, Acreage: 0.3, Type: Homesite, Lot

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