The last expert was correct that this is a very specific problem. Unfortunately, this questions is so specific to your particular plot of land that you will need to consult with a local real estate lawyer in order to get the right answer. I could try to make something up and tell you what you want to hear, but I'm sure you would rather hear the truth and be guided towards the right answer to your problem, rather than get bad information.
The reason that you need a local lawyer is that the most important step you should take is to look at the local restrictions on your particular piece of property. These restrictions can include things such as ordinances, neighborhood covenants, and deed restrictions which may prohibit – or fatally complicate – your plans. Your local real estate lawyer should also run a title review as a matter of course in order to search for any issues with the title that would prohibit your plans.
I wish I could do more for you, but unfortunately, we are in no position to do any of this through a public, online internet forum where no attorney-client relationship can exist.
I strongly advise you to find a local real estate lawyer and have her follow the steps I described above. I sincerely ***** ***** all the best with this.
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