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Becca, Home Buyer in Derry, NH

What does zoning MHR2 mean?

Asked by Becca, Derry, NH Mon Apr 16, 2012

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In most towns that allow mobile homes it can be Mobile or Manufactured Housing Residential. Youmay want to contact the Derry townhall or simply ask teh listing agent how the zoning affects the lot you are looking at.
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Many towns have various ways of defining what MHR2 would be. Derry may be different, but what I've found is that MHR2 would stand for "medium high residential" with the 2 meaning 2 lots.
Here are a few definitions:
Medium High Residential Zone (MHR) – (eight to 12 dwelling units/net acre): This zone is intended for a wide range of residential development types including detached single-family and attached duplex units at the low end of the density range and multiple-family attached units at the higher end of the density range.

Another MHR2 definition could be meant for manufactured housing, with 2 meaning 2 lots accommodating.

In this case, MHR2 is a land line valuation- with only .31 acre being under this zoning. Find this here: http://data.visionappraisal.com/DerryNH/findpid.asp?iTable=p…

These are my guesses. To be on the safe side and to be sure you know ahead of time what you'd be purchasing call David at the Derry, NH Assessor Department. His page/info is here: http://www.derry.nh.us/pages/DerryNH_Assessor/index

I hope I helped and didn't confuse you more.

Cheryl Cummings
Prudential Verani Realty
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 521-4275
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