Ghertner & Company
50 Vantage Way
Nashville, TN 37228
Ghertner & Company
50 Vantage Way
Nashville, TN 37228
|Member of master association:||no|
|Number of clubhouses:||none|
|Electric contact information:||Murfreesboro Electric|
|Lease/Rental Restrictions? If so, what are they?||No|
|Number of pools:||none|
|Sewer contact information||Murfreesboro Water/Sewer|
|Streets public or private||Public|
|Builder||Joe Swanson Jr.|
|Payment due date:||January 1st|
|Transfer fee Y/N:||Yes. Association charges a $150.00 transfer fee.|
|Working Capital fee Y/N||Yes. Association charges a $40.00 working capital fee.|
|Additional Closing Fee Y/N||Yes|
|Insurance included in Association fee?||Yes|
|Architectural Review Committee approval required for||Any addition, alteration, repair, change or other work which in any way alters the exterior appearance of any part of a lot, or any exterior improvements located thereon, which are visible from neighboring property, must have property written approval of the Architectural Committee.|
Some examples would be as listed below but the items needing ARC Request are not limited to this list:
• Playground equipment
• Trash Can Screenings
• Patios and Decks (and extensions of)
• In Ground Pools
• Landscaping (trees, shrubs, gardens, landscaping along driveways)
There is a $35.00 fee to be paid by the applicant.
|Basketball Goals||4.15 May be permitted which is mounted on a freestanding pole and which complied with the Kingdom Ridge rules adopted by the Architectural Committee.|
|Campers, Trailers, RVs||4.16 Must be in closed garage.|
|Clothes Lines Allowed||No|
|Commercial Vehicles||4.16 Must be in closed garage if in excess of 1 ton.|
|Drainage channels||4.21 Residents shall not interfere with he drainage established for the property. |
Each owner shall, at its own expense, maintain the drainage ways and channels on its Lot.
|Fences||Adding a fence to your property is a specific form of request. You should review the 2009 DCC&R’s- Article 4, Section 4.9 for a complete picture of all the considerations.|
Before you start, Here are some important points to remember when planning your fence:
You MUST find your Plat (find more information about Plats, finding your Plat and how to submit a drawing with your Plat here) and draw your fence on the plat doc, paying special attention to where it falls in relation to your property lines and any easement on your property.
Why is this important?
*Your property line is very important in a fence plan so the ARC committee needs to see where your fence will lie in relation to this. Unless you are a CORNER lot (see 2004 DCC&Rs, Article 6 Section 14 for more guidelines for Corner Lots), You have two options with your fence:
1. You are building your fence at least 2.5 ft from your property line (this does not include additional space potentially needed for easements). If you are at least 2.5 ft into your property, you don’t need the neighboring home owner’s permission to build.
2. If you build WITHIN 2.5ft of someone’s property, it’s considered a shared fence and this has implications for your neighbor (see 2009 DCCRs-Article 4). As such, you need to get your neighboring home owner’s permission/signature for any part of your fence that is shared (within 2.5 ft) of a neighbor’s property line. (**Your neighbor who lives there may not be the HO. Only the HO can grant you permission to build within 2.5ft of their property.)
*Easements are by definition “a right to cross or otherwise use someone else’s land for a specified purpose”. If you have an easement on your property, it will be denoted by a dotted line on your Plat. Easements are rights the city has to access that piece of your property. If you were to build in the easement, the city would have a right to tear down your fence to access the easement.
When filling out the below application, pay special attention to ensure you have the following:
1) A blowup of your plat which you will use to draw your house and fence. Make sure you include the dimensions of the house and fence on the drawing, as well as the distance from the property line and any easement.
2) Signatures from any neighbor where you are building your fence within 2.5 ft of their property. Please also include their address and marking their address in your drawing.
3) All details about the fences construction
|Fences: chain link allowed?||No|
|Garage Sales permitted?||Community wide garage sales in May and September|
|Mailbox and post (if any)||Owner's responsibility and must abide by Architectural Committee's guidelines.|
|Residential Purposes Only||yes|
|Signs||4.28 No signs whatsoever (including but not limited to commercial, political and similar signs) which are visible from Neighboring Property shall be erected or maintained on any Lot expect:|
(a) Signs required by legal proceedings
(b) No more than 2 ID signs for individual residences each with a face area of 72 square inches or less
(c) "For Sale" and "For Lease" signs temporarily erected in connection with the marketing of any Lot.
(d) Signs and notices erected or posted in connection with the provision of building security
(e) Promotion and advertising signs of Builder/Developer on any Lot
(f) Such other signs which are in conformance with the applicable requirements of the City of Murfreesboro.
|Are "For Sale" and "For Rent" signs allowed to be displayed on the property:||Allowed for the temporary marketing of the Lot (4.28c)|
|Are realty signs allowed to be displayed on the property||Yes|
|Trampolines Allowed||Yes with ARC approval|
|Trash Can Storage||4.36 In no event shall such containers be maintained so as to be visible from Neighboring Property except to make the same available for collection and then only for the shortest time reasonable necessary to effect such collection.|
|Tree maintenance||4.38 No tree, shrub, or planting of any kind of any lot shall be allowed to overhang or otherwise encroach upon any sidewalk, street, pedestrian way from ground level to a height of 8' without prior approval of the Architectural Committee.|
|Windows/Doors and Screens:||4.39 In no event shall the interior of exterior of any windows be covered with reflective material, such as foil, or with paper, bed sheets or other temporary coverings.|
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