C. R-4R Resort District
a. The minimum gross land area per guest room shall be four thousand two hundred fifty (4,250) square feet.
2. Open Space Requirements
3. Site Perimeter Setbacks and Yards
a. From perimeter streets: One hundred (100) feet
b. From the property line of any R-1 district: One hundred (100) feet
c. From the property line of any district other than R-1: Fifty (50) feet
b) A maximum of one (1) story in height.
e. All buildings shall meet the following minimum setbacks: Thirty (30) feet adjacent to all perimeter property lines, including property lines abutting perimeter streets, except that the minimum setback shall be only twenty (20) feet adjacent to those perimeter property lines that abut districts other than R-1.
g. Walls, Fences, and Screening
i. Walls, fences and walled driveway entrances shall not exceed three (3) feet in height in the required one hundred (100) foot yard along street frontages and in the ten (10) feet adjacent to the street where a thirty (30) foot setback is allowed along street frontages. Those yards must be maintained as landscaped open space and may be penetrated by pedestrian and vehicular access ways only. Walled driveway entrances not to exceed six (6) feet in height shall be permitted within the setback requirements if such entrance is compatible with the surrounding development.
E. R-6 Multi-Family Residential District
1. Standards for Townhouses
The minimum gross land area per dwelling unit shall be three thousand five hundred (3,500) square feet, except that: the minimum gross land area per dwelling unit may be increased if based on conditions unique to the site as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission and approved by the Town Council.
3. Open Space Requirements
b. Not less than fifty percent (50%) of said required space shall be provided in a single common area, with a minimum dimension of twenty (20) feet at any point.
i. Portions of yards (excluding the front yards) which are contiguous with and an integral part of the outdoor living space may be included in calculating the area and minimum dimensions of such space.
ii. Pools and paved recreation areas may be developed in the required common space.
c. A private outdoor living space shall be provided adjoining each dwelling unit equal to a minimum of twenty percent (20%) of the gross size of the dwelling unit, except that dwelling units above the first story shall provide such space equal to a minimum of ten percent (10%) of the gross size of the dwelling unit. Outdoor living space on ground level may be included in the open space requirement.
d. Outdoor living areas shall be reasonably accessible to dwelling units served.
4. Building Height
a. If the R-6 development abuts an R1-144, R1-43, R1-36, or R1-20 Single-Family Residential District the building height shall be limited to single story with a maximum exterior height of eighteen (18) feet within one hundred (100) feet of these districts.
b. If the R-6 development abuts an R1-10, R1-7, R-4, R-S, R-4R, or another R-6 Residential District, building height may be limited to single story, with a maximum exterior building height of eighteen (18) feet, within fifty (50) feet as may be recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission and approved by Town Council.
5. Minimum Distance Between Buildings
6. Walls, Fences and Required Screening
a. Walls and fences within the required front setback are limited to three (3) feet, unless otherwise approved by the Building Official or Planning and Zoning Administrator. Decisions may be appealed to the Town Council.
b. All areas between a building and a street frontage except for access drives and walks shall be open space. Where parking occurs between a building and the street, an area thirty-five (35) feet in depth between the street and parking shall be maintained in a landscaped setting. This depth may be decreased to a minimum of twenty (20) feet if special circumstances warrant approval by use permit or Planning and Zoning Commission approval, such circumstances being:
i. Depressed parking;
ii. Wall and berming.
7. Recreational Facilities
a. Wherever there is constructed on a lot, or contiguous lots, multiple dwellings which have fifty (50) or more dwelling units, an active outdoor recreational facility shall be provided for the occupants of said units. In addition to the active outdoor recreation area, an indoor recreational facility shall also be provided for the occupants of said dwelling units. The recreational facility may be used as the leasing, sales, or manager’s office, but that use may not exceed thirty percent (30%) of the gross floor area. The balance of the facilities shall include group meeting facilities and facilities for exercise, table sports, and games.
b. Wherever there is constructed a multiple dwelling which has twenty (20) or more dwelling units, there shall be provided on the lot site of said multiple dwellings a play area for children. Said play area shall be separated from any private access ways and public streets by a fence or wall. The tot lot requirement shall be excluded from a senior citizens development.