128 Acres - SR 605 & Robins Rd.

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Property Summary: top
The site is in the southwest quadrant of Robins Rd. and SR 605. The site lies about 4 miles north of the intersection of SR 605, SR 161 and SR 62 at the center of New Albany.
Area Size:
128 acres
Harlem Township, Delaware County, Ohio.
Site Description:
L-shaped with about 2,400 feet of frontage on SR 605, 1,100 feet on Robins, the site goes west about 3,500 feet to Miller-Paul Rd. where it has 1,035 feet of frontage.
Among SR 605, Robins and Miller-Paul, the site has 5,500 feet of road frontage. DELCO provides water along Robins Rd.
The existing zoning allows for 5 acre lots. Discussions with zoning officials suggest that zoning for two or more homes per acre might be acceptable.
Utility Providers:
Water-DELCO, Gas- Columbia Gas, Electricity- AEP
Access and Proximity to Arterial Highways:
SR 605 ties into SR 37 about 4 miles north and that road crosses both I-70 and I-71. Following 605 south into New Albany connects to the SR 161 By Pass and that ties into I-270.
Flat having with some woods and a creek passing through the site..
Phase One Report showed no signs of environmental problem. The land has been farmed or wooded for local recorded history.
Area Amenities And Services:
Within about a five minute drive the following can be found: McDonalds, Wendy's, Pizza Hut, copy services, a public golf course and the business districts of New Albany. Five minutes beyond New Albany via the freeway is the Easton development a suburban town center offering theatres, department stores and an abundance of shopping and employment opportunities.
Public Transportation:
At this time there is no public transportation to this location.
Other Developments:
There are too many new developments and plans for additional developments within a few miles of this site to enumerate. The Village of New Albany to the south is one of the most affluent in Ohio and is growing with commercial and residential developments. To the west, the entire lower third of Delaware County is also growing at a fast pace. Many golf courses dot the landscape and many of the homes are in the $400,000 plus range.

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