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The R-SF-3 District is repealed as a zoning classification to which real estate within the town can be zoned as of 1-21-2002. The R-SF-3 District, however, shall remain a viable zoning classification for real estate zoned to said district prior to 1-21-2002 and shall continue to be platted and developed in compliance with the development standards of the R-SF-3 District.
(A) Intent. The R-SF-3, Single-Family Residential, Districts are established to promote and maintain established neighborhoods within the town by the development of a variety of housing types, including single-family dwellings and limited public and institutional uses that are compatible with the surrounding residential neighborhoods. The development standards and range of permitted uses in this district provide for a mixture of housing opportunities in compliance with the single-family residential medium density land use recommendations of the master development plan of the town.
(B) Permitted uses.
(1) Primary uses.
(a) One single-family dwelling, including a modular home dwelling and a manufactured home dwelling;
(b) Residential facility for the developmentally disabled;
(c) Residential facility for the mentally ill, subject to the provisions of § 194.100 of this chapter; and
(d) Child care home (that is used as the primary residence of the person who operates the child care home).
(2) Special exception uses. Club house, golf course (public and private), tennis courts and similar recreational uses that are an integral part of and for the residents of, a subdivision or planned unit development in which they are located (not including commercial community swimming pools); provided, however, that, any principal building or accessory swimming pool shall be located not less than 100 feet from any other lot in any R district.
(3) Accessory uses. See § 194.095 of this chapter.
(4) Home occupations. See § 194.097 of this chapter.
(5) Temporary uses. See § 194.096 of this chapter.
(C) Development standards.
(1) Water and sewer requirements. Attachment to public water and sanitary sewer facilities shall be mandatory for all development in this district.
(2) Minimum lot area. The minimum lot area shall be not less than 15,000 square feet.
(3) Minimum lot width. The minimum lot width at the building setback line shall be not less than 80 feet.
(4) Minimum lot frontage. 40 feet on a public street and gain direct access from said public street or an abutting alley.
(5) Maximum lot coverage, primary or special exception uses and accessory uses. 25% of the total lot area.
(6) Minimum yards and building setbacks.
1. A minimum front yard and building setback measured from the proposed right-of- way shall be provided as follows:
a. Secondary arterial street: 35 feet; and
b. Collector/local street, cul-de-sac or other street: 35 feet.
2. In the case where a proposed right-of-way line does not exist, as determined by the transportation plan for the town or where the existing right-of-way is greater, the existing right-of-way line shall be used for the setback measurement.
(b) Side: a minimum aggregate and individual side yard shall be provided along all side lot lines as follows: primary arterial street: 35 feet:
1. Aggregate side yards of 20 feet; and
2. No side yard shall be less than seven feet.
(c) Rear: a minimum rear yard shall be provided along all rear lot lines as follows:
1. Primary building: 20 feet; and
2. Accessory building or use: five feet.
(7) Maximum building height.
(a) Primary building: 35 feet and not over three stories; and
(b) Accessory building: 22 feet, but in no case shall the height of an accessory building exceed the height of the primary building.
(8) Minimum main floor area. The minimum main floor area of the primary building, exclusive of garage, carport, deck, patio and open porches:
(a) One-story building: 1,200 square feet; and
(b) Building greater than one-story: 800 square feet; provided that, the total finished floor area shall be at least 1,200 square feet.
(9) Off-street parking. See § 194.105 of this chapter.
(11) Vision clearance areas. See § 194.021 of this chapter.
(C) General regulations. See general regulations for R districts.
(Ord. 2000-16, passed 8-28-2000, § 2.9)