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Ghertner & Company
50 Vantage Way
Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37228

Association Information

Property Type:Single family homes
City/townClarksville, Tennessee 37043
Driving directionsI-24 West to Exit 11, turn left onto Highway 76, to first stop light, turn left between BP and McDonalds, continue approximately 3 miles, turn right onto Baggett Road, property is on left
Member of master association:No
Number of units:87
Number of clubhouses:None
Other amenities:Playground
Controlled access to common areas and facilities?No
Electric contact information:Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation
Storage on site? if so, is there a cost?No
Fire district that property is located in:East Montgomery Volunteer Fire Department
212 McAdoo Creek Road, Clarksville, TN 37043
Number of pools:None
Public LibraryMontgomery County Public Library
350 Pageant Lane, Clarksville, Tennessee
Streets public or privatePublic - Montgomery County Highway Department
Towing contract in place:No
Water included in fee:No
Association Fee:$45.00 in 2020
Payment Frequency:Monthly
Payment due date:15th
Transfer fee Y/N:Yes
Working Capital fee Y/NNo
Additional Closing Fee Y/NYes
Insurance included in Association fee?Common area insurance is included in HOA fee.
Flood insurancen/a
Air conditioner/furnaceHeating and central air conditioning systems must be used, erected, placed and maintained to the rear or the side of the main residential structure. (Article V, Section 27)
Clothes Lines AllowedNo outside clotheslines shall be permitted. (Article V, Section 19)
Driveway/Sidewalks:All driveways shall be smooth finished concrete and
completed not later than the initial occupancy of the dwelling house. All driveways shall be graveled when footings for initial construction are installed. (Article V, Section 7)
Exterior ArtworkAll flag poles must be no taller than twenty (20') feet and must be made of aluminum. No flags other than the flag of the United States of America are allowed. With respect to display of the flag of the United States of America, flags shall be properly oriented and the United States flag code shall be strictly adhered to at all times. Flags shall be no larger than three (3) feet by five (5) feet. (Article V, Section 29)
Fences: chain link allowed?Fences will be permitted on Lots from the rear line of the residence to the back property line and across the rear property line. All fences must be
constructed of decorative wrought iron or aluminum, and be black in color. Fencing shall
not exceed four (4) feet in height. Fencing must be maintained by the owner. All fencing must comply with the zoning regulations of all applicable governmental agencies, including the County of Montgomery, and the State of Tennessee. Said fence may not extend closer to any street than the rear comers of the house and may extend to the lot lines and may tie into adjacent fences, so long they do not violate the restrictions set forth herein.
As to corner lots or radius curves: No fence may be closer than 30 feet from any street (measured from the back of the street curb) and no fence may extend in front of front corner of adjacent homes.

On all fences, the exact description and material of the fence, showing the exact location of the lot, house and fence must be submitted to the Committee for approval.

Privacy fences may be five and one half (5 1/2') feet in height, and shall extend no closer to any street than the rear corners of the house and no closer than ten (10) feet from each side lot line and ten (10) feet from the rear lot line. Furthermore, said privacy fence may, with approval of the Architectural Review Committee, be constructed of white vinyl or wood. The exterior sides of all privacy fences shall be finished. (Article V, Section 8)
Mailbox and post (if any)All mailboxes shall be of uniform size, color and design as determined by Developer. Non-conforming mailboxes shall not be permitted.
Developer shall designate the style, make and model of mailboxes. The cost of each mailbox shall be paid by each Owner, payable on delivery to the Lot Owner or his representative. (Article V, Section 20)
Satellite dishes/TV antennasSatellite dishes shall be permitted provided that
they are installed no closer to the street than the rear of the dwelling and are no larger than 1 meter in diameter. (Article V, Section 16)
Are "For Sale" and "For Rent" signs allowed to be displayed on the property:No sign of any kind shall be displayed in public view on any lot except those used by the builder or seller during construction or sales periods. Said
signage shall contain only names, contact information and employer information. (Article V, Section 21)
Storage BuildingsNo outbuilding shall be located nearer to the front line, or, on the case of a corner Lot, the Lot line adjacent to the street, than the residence. Conformity to building standards as stated herein applies. (Article V, Section 5)

Any detached garage or other accessory building shall not exceed two (2) stories in height and shall be subject to the pre-approval of the Committee. Said building shall be to the rear of the lot, in accordance with local building and zoning regulations, and in no case closer than the house is to any street. Said garage or accessory building shall be erected as one building and no garage shall
contain room for more than three cars. Any accessory building must be of a permanent
type and shall be "stick built" on site in a design and material as would be compatible with the main residence (if residence is brick, accessory building shall match architectural style of house). Prefabricated or pre-built garage storage or other accessory buildings are not permitted. (Article V, Section 14)
Trampolines AllowedPermanent placement of basketball goals, hockey goals, soccer goals, skateboard ramps and/or scooter ramps on streets, park areas and sidewalks are prohibited. (Article V, Section 23)

All playground and recreational equipment must be used, erected, placed or maintained to the rear of all Lots. Wood construction for such equipment is encouraged. No tree houses, play houses or other such structures shall be allowed except as may be specifically allowed by Rules of the Association. (Article V, Section 28)
Vehicle StorageRecreational vehicles, such as all-terrain vehicles, dirt bikes, trailers golf carts, and/or yard mowing equipment, must be kept in garages or screened from view of all neighbors and from the front view of the house when not in operation. The storage of said vehicles shall be subject to the approval of the
Committee. No inoperable or junk vehicles shall be parked on any lot, nor on the street. All licensable vehicles shall have current license plates and registration. No tractor/trailer bed or cab, enclosed trailer, motor home, commercial truck or vehicle over 20 feet in length, school bus, or recreational vehicle shall be parked on any Lot or public street in this subdivision. Campers, boats, trailers, enclosed trailers, motorcycle storage-type
trailers, or any other similar vehicle shall be garaged or screened from neighbors' view
behind the residence. Parking of vehicles on public streets by Owners is prohibited except for loading and unloading purposes. (Article V, Section 9)
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