Footnotes to Schedule of regulations:
(2) A residential lot that was legally recorded as part of a plat on December 14, 1965, and which was a buildable lot under the Zoning Code at the time of recording, shall be deemed a buildable lot even though it may have less area and/or width than the minimum zoning lot size per unit set forth in this subdivision. If such lot size dimensions are less than required in this subdivision, then the minimum yard setback applying to that dimension may be reduced to, but may not be less than, the following:
a. For lots with less than the required lot width, side yard setback shall not be less than five feet;
b. For lots with less than the required area, setbacks shall not be less than the following:
i. Three feet to the rear line;
ii. 15 feet from the street line abutting on the long side of a corner lot, provided that detached accessory buildings erected not less than 60 feet from the front street line may be erected not less than three feet from the side line, and provided further that a detached accessory building erected on a corner lot may be erected not closer than 15 feet to the side line of the street other than that upon which the dwelling on that lot is faced; and
iii. 25 feet from the front line, provided that when 25 percent or more of all the frontage on the same side of the street between two intersecting streets has been built up with permanent dwellings, the average setback of the dwellings shall be the minimum setback line between the intersecting streets.