Ridge Ranch Development - Fresno, CA

Ridge Ranch - 178 Vested Tentative Mapped Lots Fresno, CA 93727

Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Last Verified:
Jul 03, 2017


  • Ridge Ranch Development For Sale
  • 178 Tentative Mapped Lots
  • Lot Sizes are 5,000 - 16,5000 +/-sq.ft.
  • Phase 1 Consists of 34 Approved Lots
  • Conditional Use Permit Approved
  • Allows Reduction in Minimum Setbacks


Tract #5456 has been revised to Tract #5464 which consists of 178 vested tentative mapped lots. Lots are +/- 5000 to +/- 16,500 sq.ft. With most lots approximately +/- 6000 sq.ft. or larger that are annexed in the City of Fresno. Phase 1 consists of 34 lots with all improvement plans approved and the final map ready to record. 178 total vested tentative mapped lots. There are 116 lots with a 60 foot frontage that are +/- 6,000 sq.ft. or larger. There are 62 lots with a 50 foot frontage that are +/- 5,000 sq. ft. or larger. Totaling 178 lots. Phase 1 consists of 34 lots with all the improvement plans approved and the Final Map ready to record. The 144 remaining lots have a revised vesting tentative map in the City of Fresno. This project is approved with a conditional use permit that allows a reduction in the minimum setbacks. Property is annexed to City of Fresno for Residential Medium Low Density SFR.

Tract is located in Fresno, California north of East California Avenue, east of Armstrong Avenue, south of Hamilton Avenue and west of Temperance Avenue.

Lot Size: 40.44 acres

Map of Ridge Ranch - 178 Vested Tentative Mapped Lots , Fresno, CA, 93727

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