1222 S Lake Park Boulevard
Carolina Beach, NC 28428


Great Opportunity to purchase this 50x100 Mixed Use lot directly across S. Lake Park Boulevard from Public Beach Access 5 at North Carolina Avenue on Carolina Beach. Permissable Uses: (Residential) Two-family dwellings, Single-family detached, Attached single-family residential, (Accessary/Non-residential Uses) Art gallery, Drop-in child care, Standard restaurants and eateries, General retail sales, Ice-cream store, Library, Medical and dental clinics, Mixed use commercial-residential, Offices, public, private or civic, Parking lot, town operated, Photographic studio, Rental of golf carts, mopeds, and scooters, Tailor shops, see Carolina Beach ZONING DISTRICT REGULATIONS and Sec. 40-72. - Table of permissible uses for complete details. 50 foot height restriction, .2% Annual Flood Hazard.


Days On Site749


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Area Information

CountyNew Hanover
CityCarolina Beach
Zip Code28428
AreaNew Hanover
Community NameNot In Subdivision
Listing VS Median (in Not In Subdivision)
low | high
100% of Average
On Site:
low | high
100% of Average
Listing Updated: 05/22/2019
MLS Number: 100061023
Listing Provided By:
Paul J Hockaday  of  Coastal Properties
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