Lakeside Acres Planned Unit Development District, to be known also as "Planned Unit Development District No. 1," is hereby established in accordance with Article XV, Planned Unit Development Districts, of this chapter.
In Planned Unit Development District No. 1, no building or other structure or land shall be used for any purpose other than:
The area, yard and height restrictions upon buildings within the Planned Unit Development District created under this article are as follows:
Area per dwelling unit and lot dimensions.
For a single-family dwelling, the minimum land area shall be 9,000 square feet and a minimum frontage of the lot shall be 75 feet, except for the building lots located on the lake, where the minimum frontage shall be 69 feet. The minimum floor area for a single-family dwelling shall be 800 square feet, excluding any basement.
For a two-family dwelling or a pair of semidetached dwellings, the minimum land area shall be 16,500 square feet and the minimum floor area of the building shall be 1,600 square feet, excluding any basement. The minimum frontage of the lot shall be 90 feet.
For a building containing three or more dwelling units, the minimum land area shall be 40,000 square feet, but for each one-bedroom dwelling unit, the minimum land area shall be 2,000 square feet; for each two-bedroom dwelling unit, the minimum land area shall be 2,500 square feet; for each three bedrooms or more dwelling unit, the minimum land area shall be 3,500 square feet; and the minimum width of the lot at the front building line shall not be less than 165 feet or the distance necessary to provide the side yard specified below, whichever is greater. The minimum floor area per dwelling unit in a building containing three or more dwelling units shall be 500 square feet per dwelling unit.
Front yards. No building or part of building other than an open porch, steps and eaves and cornices and similar fixtures shall extend nearer to the side line of a street or road than 25 feet.
Rear yards. There shall be a rear yard with a depth of not less than 25 feet. When a building or property extends through a block from street to street, the front yard requirements shall be observed on both streets.
For a singe-family residence, there shall be two side yards with a minimum of 15 feet for each such side yard.
For a two-family dwelling, there shall be two side yards with a total width of not less than 50 feet and the minimum width of one side yard shall not be less than 1/3 of the total feet.
For each semidetached dwelling, there shall be side yard of not less than 25 feet.
For dwellings of three or more dwelling units, there shall be two side yards of a total width of not less than 55 feet plus five feet additional for each dwelling unit in excess of three contained in the building. The width of the narrower of the two side yards shall not be less than 1/3 of the total width of the two side yards. However, any side yard within excess of 80 feet, accumulated under the above schedule, may be applied as additional widths for one or more other courts which to start with, are not less than 30 feet wide and 30 feet deep.
For nonresidential structures, the side yard requirements are the same as those for Residence District R-1.
Corner lots. In the case of a corner lot, there shall be two-front yards of 25 feet; one side/rear yard of 25 feet and one side/rear yard of 15 feet.
Height. No dwelling shall exceed three stories of 35 feet in height.
Private garages and other accessory buildings. These requirements shall be as set forth in the R-1 District.