Our property isn't particularly flat. This is what I'm working with:
Perspective makes this a little hard to see, but the front line is a 24" drop and the rear line is a 12" drop. These are best that I can measure right now, I'm getting a laser level for this project later. The first obstacles are the pines. The plan is to rent a mini-excavator to tackle those. For the grading, I'd like to lower the front right and raise the rear left. Before I plow ahead, are there glaring problems with this plan? I'm totally open for input here.
The vertical lines are 24',40'. The right side is 25' off of the property line, which is my setback. I have some room to the left to shift into. I'm also not dead set on the size, but I am trying to maximize the storage space that I have without huge amounts of grading, or tree removal. Here is what I have drawn up so far:
I haven't taken the plans further because I haven't nailed down the final size.
It isn't a great build site, but it is all that I have. So, I'm looking for feedback. I think that I posted in the past, but I got two quotes for a 30'x30' on this spot, one was for $7,500 on a prepped site, no concrete floor and the other was $30,000 all in with site prep and a concrete floor. So, I'm looking for some feedback from folks that don't have an interest in upselling me on this project