|The Redington Road pavement is about 60-feet wide but the actual right-of-way is 150 feet.
The "T" of the curve data for curve #30 adds 33.74-feet to 182.23 giving this parcel a little more than 1.75-acres.
Before the developers of the La Cebidilla Subdivision gave the County 83-feet for Redington Road, this lot was 3.86-acres.
|The culvert on the section line
Zoned SR (requires 3.3 acres)
More info from Pima County about this lot (Parcel # 205-46-001A)
2345 N. El Camino Rinconado
|Flood map but still plenty of room to build. Note wash running through culvert under El Camino Rinconado on th NE corner of this lot.
|Could maybe get the owner of the adjacent acres to sell a 50-foot strip of land? The strip consists of a deep wash (culvert under the street), electric
wires along the section-line, another large wash and a portion of the Redington Road easement that has not been dedicated to the County yet. Being
forced to buy this 50-strip, which could not be built on or fenced, would be mean, unnecessary and violate the intent of zoning laws.
|The curve data for #20 at the centerline of Redington Road: Delta 16-degrees 58' 21", R 1432.39, L 424.31, T 213.72, C 422.76, see also map below.
Link to La Cebadilla Subdivision map (above), it's TIF 003.