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Parcel Details: 26-29-02-000000-014020

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Owners

MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS GROUP FLORIDA LLC100%

Mailing Address

Address 1PO BOX 543185
Address 2
Address 3DALLAS TX 75354-3185

Site Address

Address 1100 LEGOLAND WAY
Address 2
CityWINTER HAVEN
StateFL
Zip Code33881

Parcel Information

Neighborhood6666.30
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SubdivisionNOT IN SUBDIVISION
Property (DOR) Use CodeTourist Attractions  (Code: 3536)
Acreage57.04
Taxing DistrictWINTER HAVEN/SWFWMD/LAKE REGION (Code: 92410)
Community Redevelopment AreaNOT IN CRA 

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DISCLAIMER: This property description is a condensed version of the original legal description recorded in the public records. It does not include the section, township, range, or the county where the property is located. It is a description of the ownership boundaries only and does not include easements or other interests of record. The property description should not be used when conveying property. The Property Appraiser assumes no responsibility for the consequences of inappropriate uses or interpretations of the property description. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, its use, or its interpretation.

S1/2 OF SW1/4 OF NE1/4 LESS RD R/W PER OR 9927 PG 1101 & NW1/4 OF SE1/4 LESS BEG NW COR OF SE1/4 RUN E 80 FT S 927.30 FT E 32 FT M/L TO LK DEXTER SLY & SELY ALONG LAKE TO S LINE OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4 W 268 FT M/L TO SW COR OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4 N 1327.22 FT TO POB



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Sales History

Important Notice: If you wish to obtain a copy of a deed for this parcel, click on the blue OR Book/Page number. Doing so will cause you to leave the Property Appraiser’s website and access the Polk County Clerk of the Circuit Court’s Official Records Search. Once the document opens, click the printer icon to print the document. If you have any issues opening the document once you have met all the listed system requirements, please contact the Clerk’s office at (863)534-4000 and ask to speak to an IT staff member. If the Book/Page number does not have a blue link to Official Records, the deed may not be available through the online records of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In order to obtain a copy of the deed you will need to contact the Clerk of the Circuit Court Indexing Department at 863-534-4516. If the Type Inst is an “R”, the document is not available through the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s Official Records Search. Please contact the Property Appraiser to order “R” type instruments.
OR Book/PageDateType Inst Vacant/
Improved
GranteeSales Price
09735/0119402/2016WVMERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS GROUP FLORIDA LLC$4,650,000
4241/136905/1999QVJOHN G WOOD & ASSOCIATES INC$100
1257/086611/1969E$120,000


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If you have a Senior Exemption(Additional Homestead Exemption for Persons 65 and Older):   For the 2021 tax year, the allowable total household adjusted gross income received during 2020 could not exceed $31,100.   If your total household adjusted gross income exceeded this limit, YOU MUST NOTIFY THIS OFFICE.  Receiving no notification from the qualified senior will be considered a sworn statement, under penalty of perjury, that the income does not exceed the limit. Improperly claiming any exemption could result in a lien against your property.  If you would like to receive a notice of renewal electronically, please send us an email at paoffice@polk-county.net with your name, property address, and confirmation of your request.



Buildings

BUILDING 1 (1111 - CLUBHOUSE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 12,418 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 11,698 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT20
Stories1

100 LEGOLAND WAY

Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY11,698
ST5STORAGE ROOM 50%720
Total Under Roof12,418 ft2
Total Living Area11,698 ft2

BUILDING 2 (1501 - OFFICE BUILDING)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 1,004 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 500 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY500
CP3CANOPY 30%70
CP3CANOPY 30%364
CP3CANOPY 30%70
Total Under Roof1,004 ft2
Total Living Area500 ft2

BUILDING 3 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 4 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 5 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 6 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 7 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 8 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 9 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 10 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 11 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 12 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 13 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 14 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 15 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 16 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 17 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 18 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 19 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 20 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 21 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 22 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 23 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 24 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 25 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 26 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 27 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 28 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 29 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 30 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 31 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 32 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 33 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 34 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 35 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 36 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 37 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 38 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 39 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 40 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 41 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 42 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 43 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 44 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 45 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 46 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 47 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 48 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 49 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 50 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 51 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 52 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 53 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 54 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 55 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 56 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 57 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 58 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 59 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 60 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 61 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 62 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 63 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 64 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 65 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 66 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 67 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 68 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 69 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 70 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 71 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 72 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 73 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 74 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 75 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 76 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 77 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 78 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 79 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 80 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 81 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 82 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 83 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 84 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

BUILDING 85 (1210 - GUEST COTTAGE)

Building Characteristics

Total Under Roof: 841 sqft
Living Area (as originally constructed): 638 sqft
Actual Year Built: 2017
Effective Year: 2017
Wall Structure: CONCRETE (M & S CRNT MULTIPLIER)

Building BAS Note:   The base area (living area or square foot living area) of a building is the originally designed building footprint / plan of the cooled and heated area of the building.  In most cases, a base area will remain constant throughout the life of the building.  A base area can be converted to a subarea (Example: A portion of the base is "cut-out" and used as a garage or porch); It is not, however, standard appraisal practice to convert a subarea to a base area unless there was an error when initially entering the data.
ElementUnitsInformation
HEAT CODEACP
EXTERIOR WALLNONE
LIVING UNITS1
WALL HEIGHT8
Stories1
Building Traverse

Building Subareas

Building Sub Area Note:   A sub area is an individual component of a building that may or may not be cooled/heated.  The percent in a subarea description is the percent of the base rate applied to the value of the sub area.  (Example: UGR UNFINISHED GARAGE 50% indicates this sub area is valued at 50% of the base area rate); If a sub area changes over time, the contributory value may also change.
CodeDescriptionHeatedTotal
BASBASE AREAY638
CP3CANOPY 30%203
Total Under Roof841 ft2
Total Living Area638 ft2

Extra Features (Current)

LNCodeDescriptionBLDLengthWidthUnitsYear Built
1 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 1 0 0 11,698 2017
2 CSP4 COMMERCIAL SWIMMING POOL ENTER VALUE 0 0 0 1 2017
3 PKR PARKING LOT REGULAR SIZE 0 0 0 135,000 2017
4 FEN1 FENCE AVERAGE QUALITY 0 0 0 4,500 2017
5 SHD2 SHED 1000 0 0 0 1 2017
6 SHD2 SHED 1000 0 0 0 1 2017
7 SHD1 SHED 500 0 0 0 1 2017
8 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 2 0 0 500 2017
9 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 3 0 0 638 2017
10 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 4 0 0 638 2017
11 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 5 0 0 638 2017
12 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 6 0 0 638 2017
13 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 7 0 0 638 2017
14 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 8 0 0 638 2017
15 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 9 0 0 638 2017
16 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 10 0 0 638 2017
17 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 11 0 0 638 2017
18 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 12 0 0 638 2017
19 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 13 0 0 638 2017
20 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 14 0 0 638 2017
21 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 15 0 0 638 2017
22 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 16 0 0 638 2017
23 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 17 0 0 638 2017
24 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 18 0 0 638 2017
25 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 19 0 0 638 2017
26 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 20 0 0 638 2017
27 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 21 0 0 638 2017
28 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 22 0 0 638 2017
29 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 23 0 0 638 2017
30 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 24 0 0 638 2017
31 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 25 0 0 638 2017
32 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 26 0 0 638 2017
33 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 27 0 0 638 2017
34 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 28 0 0 638 2017
35 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 29 0 0 638 2017
36 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 30 0 0 638 2017
37 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 31 0 0 638 2017
38 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 32 0 0 638 2017
39 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 33 0 0 638 2017
40 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 34 0 0 638 2017
41 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 35 0 0 638 2017
42 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 36 0 0 638 2017
43 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 37 0 0 638 2017
44 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 38 0 0 638 2017
45 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 39 0 0 638 2017
46 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 40 0 0 638 2017
47 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 41 0 0 638 2017
48 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 42 0 0 638 2017
49 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 43 0 0 638 2017
50 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 44 0 0 638 2017
51 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 45 0 0 638 2017
52 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 46 0 0 638 2017
53 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 47 0 0 638 2017
54 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 48 0 0 638 2017
55 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 49 0 0 638 2017
56 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 50 0 0 638 2017
57 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 51 0 0 638 2017
58 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 52 0 0 638 2017
59 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 53 0 0 638 2017
60 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 54 0 0 638 2017
61 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 55 0 0 638 2017
62 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 56 0 0 638 2017
63 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 57 0 0 638 2017
64 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 58 0 0 638 2017
65 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 59 0 0 638 2017
66 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 60 0 0 638 2017
67 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 61 0 0 638 2017
68 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 62 0 0 638 2017
69 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 63 0 0 638 2017
70 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 64 0 0 638 2017
71 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 65 0 0 638 2017
72 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 66 0 0 638 2017
73 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 67 0 0 638 2017
74 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 68 0 0 638 2017
75 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 69 0 0 638 2017
76 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 70 0 0 638 2017
77 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 71 0 0 638 2017
78 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 72 0 0 638 2017
79 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 73 0 0 638 2017
80 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 74 0 0 638 2017
81 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 75 0 0 638 2017
82 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 76 0 0 638 2017
83 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 77 0 0 638 2017
84 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 78 0 0 638 2017
85 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 79 0 0 638 2017
86 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 80 0 0 638 2017
87 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 81 0 0 638 2017
88 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 82 0 0 638 2017
89 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 83 0 0 638 2017
90 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 84 0 0 638 2017
91 SSW SPRINKLER SYS BLDS LESS THAN 200,000 SQFT 85 0 0 638 2017

PERMITS

The Polk County Property Appraiser's Office does not issue or maintain permits.   Please contact the appropriate permit issuing agency to obtain information.   This property is located in the WINTER HAVEN/SWFWMD/LAKE REGION  taxing district. The beginning of the description indicates permit agency (UNINCORP is an abbreviation for Unincorporated POLK COUNTY).

Land Lines

LNLand DscrAg/GreenBeltLand Unit TypeFrontDepthUnits
1 * Commercial/Industrial N S 0 0 954,473.65
2 * Submerged Land N U 0 0 1.00
  * For Zoning/Future Land Use contact Polk County or the Municipality the parcel is located in.

NOTICE: All information ABOVE this notice is current (as of Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 2:13:11 AM).  All information BELOW this notice is from the 2020 Tax Roll, except where otherwise noted.


Value Summary (2020)

Value Summary Note:  The Just Market Value for income properties is derived from the actual/potential income generated.  As a result, the Just Market Value for properties valued by the Income approach may not be equal to the sum of the values for Land, Building, and Misc Item.
DescValue
Land Value$3,817,995
Building Value$6,905,089
Misc. Items Value$703,826
Land Classified Value$0
Just Market Value$11,426,910
*Cap Differential and Portability $0
Agriculture Classification$0
Assessed Value$11,426,910
Exempt Value (County)$0
Taxable Value (County)$11,426,910
*This property contains a Non Homestead Cap with a differential of $0.


Values by District (2020)

District DescriptionFinal
Tax Rate
Assessed ValueFinal
Assessed Taxes
ExemptionFinal
Tax Savings
Taxable ValueFinal
Taxes
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 6.899000 $11,426,910 $78,834.25 $0 $0.00 $11,426,910 $78,834.25
POLK COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD - STATE 3.687000 $11,426,910 $42,131.02 $0 $0.00 $11,426,910 $42,131.02
POLK COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD - LOCAL 2.248000 $11,426,910 $25,687.69 $0 $0.00 $11,426,910 $25,687.69
CITY OF WINTER HAVEN 6.790000 $11,426,910 $77,588.72 $0 $0.00 $11,426,910 $77,588.72
LAKE REGION LAKES MGMT DIST 0.410000 $11,426,910 $4,685.03 $0 $0.00 $11,426,910 $4,685.03
SOUTHWEST FLA WATER MGMT DIST 0.266900 $11,426,910 $3,049.84 $0 $0.00 $11,426,910 $3,049.84
Assessed Taxes:$231,976.50Tax Savings:$0.00Total Taxes:$231,976.50

Taxes

DescLast Year2020 Final
Taxing DistrictWINTER HAVEN/SWFWMD/LAKE REGION (Code: 92410) WINTER HAVEN/SWFWMD/LAKE REGION (Code: 92410)
Millage Rate20.734020.3009
Ad Valorem Assessments$237,377.90$231,976.50
Non-Ad Valorem Assessments$0.00$0.00
Total Taxes$237,377.90$231,976.50
Your final tax bill may contain Non-Ad Valorem assessments which may not be reflected on this page, such as assessments for roads, drainage, garbage, fire, lighting, water, sewer, or other governmental services and facilities which may be levied by your county, city or any other special district.  Visit the Polk County Tax Collector's site for Tax Bill information related to this account.  Use the Property Tax Estimator to estimate taxes for this account.
Note:  The tax collector link is not available during tax sale processing.  If you have questions, please contact the tax collector's office.  Thank you for your patience.



Prior Year Final Values

The Final Tax Roll is the 1st certification of the tax rolls by the Value Adjustment Board, per Florida Statute 193.122(2), F.S. This is the date all taxable property and tax rolls are certified for collection to the Tax Collector. Corrections made after this date are not reflected in the Final Tax Roll Values.
2019
Land Value $3,817,995.00
Building Value $6,925,391.00
Misc. Items Value $705,339.00
Just Value (Market) $11,448,730.00
SOH Deferred Val $0.00
Assessed Value $11,448,730.00
Exempt Value (County) $0.00
Taxable Value (County) $11,448,730.00
2018
Land Value $3,817,995.00
Building Value $6,634,016.00
Misc. Items Value $703,301.00
Just Value (Market) $11,155,310.00
SOH Deferred Val $0.00
Assessed Value $11,155,310.00
Exempt Value (County) $0.00
Taxable Value (County) $11,155,310.00
2017
Land Value $3,817,995.00
Building Value $0.00
Misc. Items Value $0.00
Just Value (Market) $3,817,995.00
SOH Deferred Val $0.00
Assessed Value $3,817,995.00
Exempt Value (County) $0.00
Taxable Value (County) $3,817,995.00
2016
Land Value $687,020.00
Building Value $0.00
Misc. Items Value $0.00
Just Value (Market) $687,020.00
Assessed Value $11,880.00
Exempt Value (County) $0.00
Taxable Value (County) $11,880.00

DISCLAIMER:
The Polk County Property Appraiser makes every effort to produce and publish the most current and accurate information possible. The PCPA assumes no responsibility for errors in the information and does not guarantee that the data are free from errors or inaccuracies. Similarly the PCPA assumes no responsibility for the consequences of inappropriate uses or interpretations of the data. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, its use, or its interpretation. Utilization of the search facility indicates understanding and acceptance of this statement by the user.

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 2:13:11 AM