Boshard Design Review / Tree Removal Permit (P1845)

Community Development Agency

Summary

Main Component of the Project

New Single Family Residence

Location

140 Laurel Canyon Road
Nicasio, CA 94946
Parcel Number: 121-270-20

Status

Approved

Project Planner

Jeremy Tejirian
415-473-3798

Applicant

Josh Yoches
Schwartz and Architecture
415-550-0430

Project Description

The applicant is requesting Design Review approval to construct a new single family residence on a vacant lot in Nicasio. The proposed development would result in a building and floor area of approximately 2,251 square feet, including 1,495 square feet of conditioned space and approximately 756 square feet of unconditioned understory space. Therefore, the proposed development would result in a floor area ratio of .5 percent on the 9.8 acre lot. The proposed building would reach a maximum height of approximately 32 feet, 6 inches above surrounding grade and the exterior walls would have a 25 foot setback from the northern side property line and more than 200 foot setbacks from all other property lines. The project also includes a new exterior deck and a carport, a driveway more than 500 feet in length with associated retaining walls, and a new septic system. The applicant is also requesting Tree Removal Permit approval for the removal of 38 healthy, mature, native trees, which are proposed to be replaced at an approximately three to one ratio on site. The total area of disturbance would be approximately one half acre and would avoid seasonal drainages and wetlands.

Design Review approval is required because the project is in a planned district and a Tree Removal permit is required because mature, healthy, native trees are being removed.

Zoning: ARP-20 (Agricultural, Residential Planned, 1 unit/20 acres)
Countywide Plan Designation: AG2 (Agricultural, 1 unit/10-30 acres)
Community Plan (if applicable): Nicasio Community Plan

Most Recent Project Plans

Boshard Plans 060718

Public Notice

View the Public Notice - This is the Notice and Referral of Planning Application.

Administrative Decisions

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