THERE IS A COMPLETE BROCHURE ON THE PROPERTY AVAILABLE WITH SURVEYS. ASK YOUR LISTING AGENT FOR DETAILS. PROPERTY OVERVIEW Approximate 76.33 acre parcel of land with hard-to-find Wicomico County I-2 Heavy Industrial Zoning. The property has a convenient central location and is served by Brick Kiln Road and Owens Branch Road, adjacent to Route 50. Three Phase Heavy Duty Electrical Access is available off Owens Branch Road via Delmarva Power. Convenient Location Right off RT 50 PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS Superb Heavy Industrial Development Opportunity True Heavy Industrial I-2 Land! Large 76.33-acre tract Three Phase Heavy Duty Electrical Access Convenient Location Right Off RT 50 Zoning and Land Use Parameters Per the annotated survey and the zoning map below, approximately 65% to 70% of the property (section in purple) is zoned Wicomico County Heavy Duty Industrial I-2. A full copy of the I-2 Zoning Code is attached to the brochure. The remaining section of the property in light yellow is Wicomico County R-15 Residential. The specific zoning demarcation line can be seen on the full survey attached to the package. Status of Abandoned Rail Right Of Way Easement Pictured on Survey Per the rail line easement shown on the survey, roughly paralleling Brick Kiln Road. The Railroad has transferred this easement to the Sellers. This easement no longer exists and the property will be transferred free and clear of this easement. Standard Power Delivery Options There is single-phase power available along the entire span of Brick Kiln Road and Owens Branch Road. Three Phase power is available on Owens Branch at approximately the point designated on the attached, annotated survey. Power Line Setbacks There is a Delmarva Power overhead power line (see blue line on survey) that runs from the intersection of Brick Kiln Road and Owen’s Branch Road along Brick Kiln approximately halfway down the property then goes across the property East toward RT 50. The setbacks for this power line are 75 feet from the center point on either side of the line. Water and Sewer Sourcing The property is in Wicomico County, outside the City of Salisbury boundaries, and is not served by Salisbury municipal water and sewer. Current water and sewer access would be via well and septic. The soils in this area have excellent drainage quality as evidenced by the multiple well and septic systems in place adjacent to the property. The property has an existing septic perk along Owens Branch in the location cited below. The gray “buildings” on the drawing were for proposed high-temperature recycling use which was not implemented.
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