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Borough of Stanhope, NJ
Sussex County
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[Amended 6-1-1999 by Ord. No. 1999-10]
In High Density Residential Zones, no lot shall be used and no structure shall be erected, altered or occupied for any purpose except the following:
Home occupations, conditional use: See § 100-117.1.
[Amended 9-26-1995 by Ord. No. 1995-20]
The accessory building shall comply in all respects to the yard requirements of the principal building. Detached accessory buildings shall be located to the rear of the front building line of the principal building and be located in the side yard so as to conform to side yard requirements. A site plan shall be submitted for all accessory buildings so the Planning Board can determine the adequacy of parking.
Accessory uses as defined by § 100-3 shall be permitted.
Principal building.
Minimum tract size: five acres.
Minimum frontage: 100 feet.
Minimum front setback: 100 feet.
Minimum side setback: 100 feet.
Minimum rear setback: 100 feet.
Maximum percentage of impervious surface area: 60%.
Maximum building height: 35 feet or 21/2 stories, whichever is less.
Parking spaces: 21/2 spaces for each dwelling unit. The off-street parking space shall be determined as these terms are defined in § 100-3. A private garage of sufficient size to house a vehicle and meeting the parking space requirements shall constitute 1/2 space. No parking space shall be further than 200 feet from the unit being served.
[Amended 8-27-1985 by Ord. No. 1985-14]
Maximum number of dwelling units per acre: 10 dwelling units; however, maximum impervious surface requirements must be maintained.
[Added 5-29-1990 by Ord. No. 1990-10]
Accessory buildings.
Minimum side yard: 100 feet.
Minimum rear yard: 100 feet.
Maximum height: the lesser of 15 feet or one story.