Commercial Lot For Sale

Office for Sale
Sale Pending/Contingent
Catylist Listing ID: 30778362
Property Subtypes: Mixed Use, Other
Status: Pending/Contingent
Building Size (RSF): 840 SF
Gross Building Area: See Agent
Gross Land Area: 0.37 Acres
Sale Price: $275,200
Unit Price: $327.62 PSF
Property Use Type: Investment
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 1/27/2022

Overview / Comments

Commercial lot located in Pigeon Forge city limits and a short walk to the Old Mill area and right in the middle of one of this countries busiest tourist areas. This is 0.37 +/- lot currently has a home located on it but is zoned C-6 allowing for many possibilities for this property. With access to all city utilities and also close to the premier Gatlinburg Golf course located in Pigeon Forge. A short distance to Teaster lane and just a couple of miles to Dollywood, you have this great opportunity for almost anything you can dream up all located right in the heart of the Gateway to the Smoky Mountains. A gently sloping lay to level offers a great foundation for your next commercial adventure. Opportunities are abound and awaiting. Installed a new heat pump in 2014, still has warranty active for parts. Installed new roof in 2018 with 25 year warranty.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Sevierville
County: Sevier
Taxing Authority: Pigeon Forge
Tax ID/APN: 078094E D 00500
Zoning: C-6
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 1
Year Built: 1945
Construction/Siding: Wood Frame
Sprinklers: None
Heat Type: Electricity
Heat Source: Central
Air Conditioning: Other
Internet Access: Cable, DSL
Zoning Description: 711. C-6 Mixed-Use Commercial District: It is the purpose and intent of this district is to promote economic development while protecting the scenic, cultural, historic, and environmental integrity of major corridor areas in Pigeon Forge. This is to be accomplished by allowing a mixed-use of commercial and residential activities by using flexibility in design. However, development is to be understated by discouraging traffic congestion, having signage that is low key, adequate lighting that is not invasive, etc. The regulations are designed to promote low impact development through the efficient use of land and achieve a more economical arrangement of buildings, circulation systems, land uses, and utilities and encourage the concept of pedestrian oriented development to allow safe pedestrian access throughout the district. The regulations will promote the preservation of existing landscape and the efficient use of new landscaping, signage, outdoor lighting and underground utilities to provide a more aesthetically pleasing community that will contribute to the overall character of the district. In order to achieve the purpose and intent of the this district, as shown on the Zoning Map of the City of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, the following uses are permitted: 711.1: Uses Permitted: 711.1.1 Single Family homes that do not access directly onto an arterial street. Must meet lot size and setbacks of an R-1 district (Section 801). 711.1.2 Commercial and residential PUD’s. 711.1.3 Grocery Stores, Drug stores, Hardware stores, Laundromats. 711.1.4 Hotels, Motels, and overnight and weekly rentals. 711.1.5 Multi-family residential. 711.1.6 Multi-use commercial centers. 711.1.7 Stores and shops conducting retail business. 711.1.8 Churches. 711.1.9 Public Buildings. 711.1.10 Travel Trailer Parks. 711.1.11 Restaurants. 711.1.12 Outdoor Recreational Attractions. 711.1.13 Theatres. 711.1.14 Hospitals and clinics. 711.1.15 Professional offices for doctors, lawyers, accountants, architects, real estate and insurance agencies, and other similar uses. 711.1.16 Light Manufacturing as defined in Article 3. Welding shops are permitted. 711.1.17 Banks. 711.1.18 Wineries 711.1.19 Distilleries Manufacturing and Sales (Ord. 987 – 8/11/2014) 711.2 Uses Prohibited: 711.2.1 Junkyards. 711.2.2 Mobile home parks. 711.2.3 Storage yards. 711.2.4 Flea Markets. 711.2.5 Adult Oriented Businesses. 711.2.6 Tattoo Parlors 711.2.7 Psychic Shops/Stores 711.3: Uses Permitted on Review by the Board of Zoning Appeals in a C-6 District: 711.3.1 Auto Repair Shops: provided that there are no more than 6 parking spaces in the front of the building. No other car storage is allowed in the front of the building or front yard. It is encouraged that car storage be in the rear yard behind the building. Any car storage in the side yard or rear yards must be screened by trees every 10 feet. These trees must be a caliper of 2 and ½ inch minimum that can grow to a minimum of 20 feet high. All other landscaping requirements of this ordinance also apply. 711.3.2 Auto Sales: provided that there is a minimum of 50 cars. 711.3.3 Local Crafts and Furniture Shops: provided outdoor chainsaw art working/demonstration areas are not in the rearyard and setback from the public at least 20 feet. Outdoor displays must be as close to the buildings as possible and should never be in the ROW of any street. Additionally, they must be 20 feet from the property line off any arterial street. 711.3.4 Day Care Centers: provided if there are more than 8 children it must be located on at least a collector street. Day care centers with more than 25 children must be located on an arterial street. Playgrounds must be in the side or back yard and screened by a solid fence or a chain fence that has evergreen trees that surround the perimeter at least every 10 feet. There must be a drive-thru for pick-up and drop-off. No more than 8 parking spaces on site. 711.3.5 Wholesale business and warehousing: provided that if the façade is sheet metal or cinderblock type, that evergreen trees be placed around the perimeter of the building at least every 15 feet. It must also be located within one quarter mile of an arterial road. If the lot fronts an arterial road it must be setback at least 35 feet from the front property line and 15 feet from side and rear property lines. Vehicles of all sizes which will need to access the warehouse, including any City vehicles, must be able to maneuver onsite without any portion of the vehicle protruding into the roadway or onto any other parcel. Warehouses must be 500 feet from a residential structure unless located on an arterial street or must be an expansion of an existing warehouse use. (Ord. 1058 – 6/11/2018) 711.3.6 Gas Stations/Convenience stores: provided a lighting plan is submitted which conforms to the lighting requirements of this zone. Intensity of lighting shall not exceed the following maximum requirements: 711.3.6.1 Store canopies = 15.0 foot candles. 711.3.6.2 Other areas around the store = 10.0 foot candles. 711.3.6.3 Within 20 ft. adjacent to residential zones = 0.5 foot candles 711.3.6.4 Within 20 ft. adjacent to all other zones = 0.5 foot candles 711.3.7 Amusements: provided all amusements are less than 60 feet in height, with an equal fall zone. A lighting and sound plan is submitted. 711.3.7.1 Sound will be no greater than:  65db before 10 PM and 55db after 10 PM adjoining commercial uses.  55db before 10 PM and 50db after 10 PM adjoining residential uses. 711.3.7.2 The lighting plan submitted must conform to the lighting requirements of this zoning. Intensity of lighting shall not exceed:  15 foot candles throughout the amusement areas.  Around buildings = 10.0 foot candles.  Within 20 ft. adjacent to residential zones = 0.5 foot candles. 72  Within 20 ft. adjacent to all other zones = 0.5 foot candles. 711.3.8 Horseback Riding Stables: provided all livestock are kept a minimum of 100 feet from all roadways. Adequate facilities must be provided on site for the protection of all animals during inclement weather, with all stables, riding trails, and grazing areas fenced by non-barbed or electric fencing. Structures of a permanent nature, which meet all building codes and ADA requirements, must be provided for ticketing and other facilities for the public. No temporary structures are allowed. Parking must be provided on the site plan at 1 space for every 4 horses on the property and 1 space for every 4 employees. (Ord. 935, Adopted 12/12/2011) 711.4: Signs Permitted in the Mixed Use Commercial District C-6: 711.4.1 General- Signs permitted in Sections 408.4 and 408.5. 711.4.2 Maximum Signage Permitted- Each parcel is permitted only one ground or monument sign. This sign may be a two-sided sign (front and back) and the two sign faces must be parallel to each other. The square footage of each face of that sign cannot exceed 100 feet. As part of the ground signage each parcel can have one LED (or similar electronic) message board not to exceed 33 square foot. This square footage must be included in the 100 square feet total for a ground sign face. The sign support structure can be no higher than 25 feet and the sign face can be no higher than 20 feet high at its highest point. The sign support structure cannot contain any “graphics” as defined in Article III and no side can total more than 200 square feet in area. 711.4.3 A wall/façade sign may also be permitted for each business or tenant. This sign can be up to (10) percent of the building front wall space (height times linear feet) and shall not protrude above the height of the building. The wall/façade sign shall be permitted on any side of the building but only one side qualifies for a wall/façade sign. In the case of multi-tenant establishments, each tenant can have a sign up to (10) percent of the tenant front wall space, to be placed in the tenant front wall space. In any case, no one wall/façade sign can exceed 75 square feet. Logo signs are permitted per section 408.2.4 of this ordinance. 711.4.4. In the case where such a development fronts on intersecting or parallel arterial or collector streets, an additional ground or monument sign of no more than 50 square feet per sign face is allowed. This can only be placed along the street which will not have the main ground or monument sign listed above. 711.4.5. Signs shall incorporate the architectural theme of the development and made of natural materials such as wood, brick, stone etc. 73 711.4.6. Multi-use Commercial Centers- In addition to previously mentioned signage allowance, multi-tenant establishments can list tenants (the name and/or nature of the activity) on the ground sign. It must be under and adjacent to the ground sign face and no more than 10 square feet is allowed for each tenant. 711.4.7. Graphics and all other “theming” (see definition in Article III) shall be counted as a part of the maximum signage. 711.5: Utility Plans: The power plan shall utilize an underground system. Where an underground system is not possible, as determined by the planning commission, power service connections shall be located at the rear of the structure or structures. 711.6: Landscaping: 711.6.1. Credit for Existing Vegetation: Existing vegetation on site should be preserved as much as possible to complement any new landscaping and may be credited towards the requirements of this subsection. Such areas shall be shown on the required landscape plan to be maintained.. 711.6.2. Plant Diversity: Unless otherwise approved by the Pigeon Forge Planning Commission, all plant materials used to meet the landscape, buffer, or screening requirements shall conform to current edition of The Right Tree for the Right Place provided by the City of Pigeon Forge Tree Board. 711.6.3. Minimum Size at Time of Planting: All trees at the time of planting shall be a minimum caliper of 1 1/2 “ or a minimum height of five (5) feet. 711.6.4. Stabilization : All landscape planting areas shall be stabilized and maintained with seed, sod, ground covers, mulches, or other approved materials to prevent soil erosion and allow rainwater infiltration. 711.6.5. Planting in Easements: Nothing except small trees, shrubs or groundcover shall be planted or installed within any underground or overhead utility, drainage, or gas easement without the written consent of the utility provider, easement holder or city. 711.6.6. Plans for landscaping, screening, open space and ingress/egress points. The landscaping plan shall include landscaping containing the following minimum standards: 711.6.6.1. Street frontage: a landscaped strip of seven (7) feet in width and a minimum of one tree for every twenty-five (25) feet. 711.6.6.2. Interior landscaping: five (5) percent of the interior of the parking area shall be landscaped and one (1) tree for each three hundred (300) square feet of landscaped area shall be required along with other appropriate plant materials. 711.6.6.3. Perimeter landscaping: a landscaped strip of five (5) feet. 74 711.6.6.4. The parking spaces shall be designed and constructed in a manner that will prevent damage to the landscaping by vehicles or pedestrian traffic. 711.6.6.5. The plan shall contain a description of plants and material and methods for care and maintenance. 711.6.6.6. The landscaping shall be permanently maintained. (See Section 410). 711.6.7. Landscaping addition: Requirements for interior landscaping in parking areas for commercial site plans under section 409.8.2 may be waived if trees/landscaping are placed around the perimeter the parking areas and the building(s) at one (1) tree every twenty (20) feet. The remaining site plan landscaping requirements under section 409.8 still apply, as well as, requirements contained in this district 711.7: Sanitation: All dumpster must be screened from view on three sides. This could be done by any combination of trees, landscaping, or brick or splitfaced block enclosures. 711.8: Exterior Lighting: 711.8.1. Exterior lighting of the building and site shall be designed so that light is not directed off the site and the light source is shielded from direct offsite viewing. All outdoor light fixtures shall be either shielded, designed or provided with light angle cut-offs, have 45 degree down directional flood lighting, or recessed. This is to eliminate uplighting, spill light, and glare. 711.8.2. Excessive illumination of signage, building, or site shall be avoided. Roof lighting, down-lighting that washes the building walls, and illuminated awnings are strongly discouraged. 711.8.3. Fixture mounting height should be appropriate for the project and the setting. The mounting height of fixtures in smaller parking lots or service areas shall not exceed twenty feet. Lower mounting heights may be required where sites are adjacent to residential areas or other sensitive land uses. Low, bollard-type fixtures shall be used at 3 to 4 feet in height in pedestrian areas for lighting. 711.8.4. Motion activated lights shall be utilized wherever feasible. 711.9: Screening Along Residential District Boundaries: To assist in preventing the transmission of light and noise and to generally cushion the ramification of commercial uses on a residential district, screening shall be required where a development abuts any residential district. The screening shall meet the following requirements: 711.9.1.It shall be of such plant materials as will provide year-round evergreen screening. 711.9.2.It shall not be less than six (6) feet in height. 75 711.9.3.It shall be from the grade of the property upward. 711.9.4.It shall be permanently maintained.
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