$6,361,200.00 || $5,579,200 Post Encumbrance/Development Escrow-able || Current Actual $782,000

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6240 Snowview Dr, Park City, UT 84098, USA
3
2
3
0.92 Acres
1299 Sq Ft
MLS# 0x746865666972737446454577616c6c6574323032310000000000000000000000

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Underdeveloped property in the Snyderville Basin with views of the 2002 Olympic Ski Jumps and Park City Resorts and a short drive from this property has exhibited a significant increase in recent years. It continues to grow in value due to the exclusive zoning and environmental restrictions; the population density is low and the environment luscious. The original property that began the Worldwide Home Owners Associations Membership is the premiere Showcase Model Home continuously developed as a bar setting example of the Exist Digitization Standard for a qualifying property with senior encumbrances, development margins, and a supporting market. The listing here will be continuously updated, exhibiting the processes as completed in their original intent. Check back every so often for critical updates and escrow contribution opportunities as they relate to this property. Below are the zoning restrictions regarding this property along with the document chain from the original Deed of Trust to the Current Digitization Bundle. You may also find Zoning/Development Resources at the bottom of the description. The bytes32 encoded string representing the property ID on the smart contract is above beside of MLS# or The Title.
10-2-3: EXISTING ENTITLEMENTS:
Because of the variety of systems used for land use regulation in the Snyderville Basin, there are unexpired vested development permits, consent agreements, specially planned areas, and development agreements that existed prior to the adoption of this title ("preexisting approvals"). Specific development parameters for the properties identified are governed by the express provisions of the preexisting approvals. In the event the preexisting approvals do not contain express development parameters, the standards and guidelines contained herein shall be applied to the development of the properties. (Ord. 730, 12-2-2009)
10-2-4: RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR) ZONE:
   A.   Intent: The purpose of the rural residential (RR) zone district is to allow existing residential uses to remain, allow the construction of new single-family dwelling units to be constructed upon legally platted lots, to allow expansion of such uses in accordance with limitations and regulations defined in the low impact permit process, and permit residential uses to be developed in accordance with the specific provisions of such previously approved agreements.
   B.   Density: In areas that are not already platted, or otherwise entitled, the base density shall be one unit per twenty (20) acres on developable lands and one unit per forty (40) acres on sensitive lands.
   C.   Schedule Of Uses: The table of uses sets forth the appropriate uses in this zone. In general, low density residential uses and home based businesses are considered appropriate.
   D.   Height:
      1.   The maximum building or structure height shall be thirty two feet (32') unless otherwise stated in section 10-4-3 of this title. Height shall be measured according to section 10-4-22 of this title.
   E.   Setbacks: Unless otherwise indicated below, on a recorded plat or an approved site plan the minimum setback shall be:
Front setback
30 feet
Side setback
12 feet
Rear setback
12 feet
      1.   On a corner lot, one minimum front setback and one minimum side setback is required with the following provisions:
         a.   Any frontage with a driveway leading to a garage or parking space shall have a front setback.
         b.   The county engineering department shall review the application to ensure that no obstruction shall be placed in the sight triangle as defined by the American Association Of State Highway And Transportation Officials (AASHTO) intersection control definitions.
      2.   The minimum setback from Highways 224, 40, 248 and Interstate 80 rights of way shall be one hundred feet (100').
      3.   The minimum setback from Kilby Road, Rasmussen Road, Bitner Road, North Pace Lane, the U.S. 40 Frontage Road, and other frontage roads rights of way shall be sixty feet (60').
      4.   The minimum setback from any wetland shall be forty feet (40').
      5.   The minimum setback from the centerline of East Canyon Creek shall be one hundred fifty feet (150').
      6.   The minimum setback from a naturally occurring year round stream (other than East Canyon Creek) shall be one hundred feet (100') from the centerline of the stream.
      7.   The minimum setback from a lake, pond, or reservoir shall be one hundred feet (100') from the high water mark.
   F.   Front Setback Exceptions: The front shall be open and free of any structure except:
      1.   Fences and retaining walls not more than four feet (4') in height or as permitted in subsection 10-4-18I of this title. On corner lots fences more than three feet (3') in height are prohibited within twenty five feet (25') of the intersection, at the property line.
      2.   Uncovered steps provided the steps are not more than four feet (4') in height from finished grade, not including any handrail.
      3.   Uncovered decks or porches that do not exceed one foot (1') in height, measured from the top of the deck to finished grade.
      4.   Decks, porches or bay windows not more than ten feet (10') wide projecting not more than three feet (3') into the front setback.
      5.   Roof overhangs, eaves or cornices that do not extend into the setback more than three feet (3').
      6.   Driveways leading to a garage or parking space. No portion of a front setback area except for patios, driveways, allowed parking spaces and sidewalks may be hard surfaced.
      7.   Bridges and culverts associated with a driveway.
      8.   Underground/overhead utilities.
      9.   Mailboxes that are no more than five feet (5') in height with a base of no more than six (6) square feet. Mailboxes shall be at least five feet (5') from a fire hydrant.
      10.   Ornamental objects or statuary may be displayed in the front yard provided they are constructed of high grade, durable materials, and do not exceed ten feet (10') in height and no more than five feet (5') in width and/or depth.
   G.   Side Setback Exceptions: The side shall be open and free of any structure except:
      1.   Bay windows not more than ten feet (10') wide that project not more than two feet (2') into the side setback.
      2.   Window wells and light wells that project not more than four feet (4') into the side.
      3.   Roof overhangs, eaves or cornices that do not extend into the side setback more than three feet (3').
      4.   Uncovered decks or porches that do not exceed one foot (1') in height, measured from the top of the deck to finished grade located a minimum of three feet (3') from the side property line.
      5.   Fences, walls and retaining walls not more than six feet (6') in height or as permitted in subsection 10-4-18I of this title. A retaining wall may have multiple steps provided each step does not exceed six feet (6') in height, and the horizontal distance separating each step is at least three feet (3') measured from the front face of the lower step to the front face of the upper step.
      6.   Screened mechanical equipment, air conditioners and similar structures located a minimum of five feet (5') from the side lot line.
      7.   Chimneys not more than five feet (5') wide projecting not more than two feet (2') into the setback.
      8.   An accessory building, not more than two hundred (200) square feet in size, no more than twelve feet (12') in height that is located a minimum of two feet (2') from the side property line.
   H.   Rear Exceptions: The rear shall be open and free of any structure except:
      1.   Bay windows not more than ten feet (10') wide that project not more than two feet (2') into the setback.
      2.   Window wells and light wells that project not more than four feet (4') into the setback.
      3.   Roof overhangs, eaves or cornices that do not extend into the setback more than three feet (3').
      4.   Uncovered decks or porches that do not exceed one foot (1') in height, measured from the top of the deck to finished grade located a minimum of three feet (3') from the rear property line.
      5.   Fences, walls and retaining walls not more than six feet (6') in height or as permitted in subsection 10-4-18I of this title. A retaining wall may have multiple steps provided each step does not exceed six feet (6') in height, and the horizontal distance separating each step is at least three feet (3').
      6.   Chimneys not more than five feet (5') wide projecting not more than two feet (2') into the setback.
      7.   An accessory building, not more than two hundred (200) square feet in size, no more than twelve feet (12') in height that is located a minimum of two feet (2') from the rear property line.
   I.   In Fill Provisions: The purpose of this provision is to permit an appropriate level of development on properties that are less than ten (10) acres in size and which existed on or before November 12, 1996, the date on which Summit County formally began consideration of the pending ordinance adopting this title, and which are surrounded within three hundred feet (300') on at least three (3) sides by existing residential development that exceeds one unit per one acre which could include a roadway carrying high traffic volumes. The minimum land area for each dwelling unit for density purposes shall be consistent with the average of the gross parcel densities on the immediately adjacent properties, up to a maximum density of one unit per one acre. A significant density incentive will be granted for transferring densities from designated viewshed to more appropriate locations. (Ord. 830, 10-1-2014)

 

IPFS Paperwork KYC Verified TOT(Latest): https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmeDQreMETvZWtX1QiZBauYRtaZZyKJ44DjqFyCCJwsZoK/

Original Deed of Trust: https://property.summitcounty.org/eaglesoftware/eagleweb/viewAttachment.jsp?docName=01104223&id=DOC2185S538.A0&parent=DOC2185S538

Zoning/Development Resources: https://codelibrary.amlegal.com/codes/summitcountyut/latest/summitcounty_ut/0-0-0-15504

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Etherscan Smart Contract Address: https://etherscan.io/address/0xa2e5833d7d6ca149475005eb1f2ddccb61c04e95

 

Neighborhood

MISSION STATEMENT: Summit County (the “County”) hereby establishes the mission of the General Plan (“the Plan”) for the Snyderville Basin (the “Basin”) as follows: “to preserve natural open space and vistas, prevent suburban sprawl, and promote our mountain resort community” (the “Mission”). This Mission will be accomplished through well managed growth that clusters density into designated mixed use areas, protects the natural environment, and supports recreation. The result will allow for a community and an economy that are diverse, cohesive, and sustainable. ROLES OF THE GENERAL PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT CODE: The growth management plan for the Basin consists of this Plan and Snyderville Basin Development Code (the “Code”). The purpose of this Plan is to set forth the vision, mission, character, goals, objectives, and policies for the Basin. This Plan is an advisory document. The Code is the regulatory document that contains the rules and regulations for development that implements this Plan. The Code ensures the viability of this Plan by requiring that development applications are generally consistent with the spirit of this Plan. Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms used herein have the meanings assigned to them in the Code. GOALS In concert with the community vision and in support of the Mission, the goals of the 2014 update to the Plan are to promote the following: • Sustainability, both in terms of development and the environment • Quality growth and economic development that provides a positive contribution to the community’s quality of life and the mountain resort economy • Preservation of open space, view corridors and scenic mountainsides • Preservation of Critical Lands (as defined in Section 10-4-3 of the Code) natural resources and the environment, including clean air and water • Provide for interconnectivity and traffic mitigation through a variety of creative alternatives for all modes of transportation • Provision and inclusion of affordable housing • Healthy lifestyles based on resort and year round recreational opportunities compatible with a resort/residential community • Preservation, recognition, and adaptive reuse of culturally significant structures, sites, and uses

Internal Features

  • Residential

External Features

  • Land Banking Stage
  • Land Packaging Stage
  • Redevelopment Stage

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