New Guidelines to go into effect – March 1
Starting March 1, the following guidelines will go into effect,
Amendments to community Guidelines Article 5 Section 5.4.50 Windows
5.4.50 Windows. a. All windows on any side of the home must be uniform to exclude picture windows.
(all windows must have grids or all windows must not have grids)
on any side of the home
Amendments to community Guidelines Article 5 Section 5.4.35 Roofing Requirements and Restrictions: a) A change of roofing for single-family homes should be compatible with the color schemes of the houses in the immediate area. b) A change of roofing for townhomes or cluster homes should be in conformance with established guidelines or selected from one of the existing townhome or cluster home unit colors. c) For the Island Cluster Homes: Only cedar shake roofs or Enviroshake synthetic shakes (MT100) to be installed at staggered widths on Island Cluster Homes are acceptable. The Island Board of Directors can provide names of installers. d) For Water’s Edge Townhome Association: Shingles must be standard 3-tab style forest or medium gray, as close to the original color as possible. e) For Southlake Landing: Shingles must be original style and color of the existing roofing, or match as closely as possible to the original roofing. f) For Nob Hill Forest Townhomes: Shingles must be original style and color of the existing roofing, or match as closely as possible to the original roofing.
g) For Southlake Cove: Shingles must be original style and color of the existing roofing, or match as closely as possible to the original roofing.
c) For the Heritage Series Homes: Homes on Golf Club Drive (east of Waterway), Ridgewood Court, Groveside Court, Mimosa Trail, and Hyacinth Place must maintain the distinctive look of Colonial era theme. Wood cedar shakes, or a synthetic shake with the same dimensional appearance, and texture of wooden cedar shakes in wood toned colors are required. No asphalt roofing material allowed.
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