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Old 01-30-2015, 10:03 PM
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Does anyone know if it would be possible to buy a manufactured home on the historic side and renovate in order to have a duplex. Do the zoning laws prohibit this?
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Won't swear to it, but I believe zoning is for single-family dwellings only.
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Does anyone know if it would be possible to buy a manufactured home on the historic side and renovate in order to have a duplex. Do the zoning laws prohibit this?
Thanks for any info/replies.
The Villages Sales Office can quickly answer your question.
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Lake county building dept. would be the place to ask the question. Or possibly zoning and planning. Any other source is just rumor. They have the enforcement authority.
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Interesting question. Please post your info when you find out more. Thanks
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