We know that complying with Deed Restrictions when planning home additions/improvements can sometimes be confusing. The HOA Board of Directors guides the Architectural Control Committee to monitor adherence with the Deed Restriction. The ACC’s goal is to maintain stated standards and general harmony of neighborhood structures.
The Deed Restrictions primarily address projects that are seen from the streets and alleyways. As such, any significant construction activity, visible from streets/alleyways, requiring a builder’s permit or other projects covered by the Deed will require pre-approval from the ACC.
Some of the projects, but not limited to, that come before the Committee include:
- Adding square footage to your home*
- Painting exterior brick
- Installing solar panels
- Installing Sheds/Gazebos
- Driveway expansions
- Replacement/Expansion of fence
*Anyone planning an addition should be aware that under the Deed 70% of the 1st floor and 80% of all exterior elevations must be in brick or stone. The front elevation must be 100% brick or stone.
The Architectural Control Committee
Creekview Homeowners’ Association