IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR REALTORS

DEED RESTRICTIONS Updates - Please note that these summaries are designed to provide clarity to the newly written Deed Restrictions and are effective immediately!

COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND VEHICULAR PARKING

ARTICLE II Section 2.02- vehicular parking. No vehicle shall be parked on any part of this
property, except on paved streets and paved driveways. No vehicles may be parked on
paved streets overnight. No commercial vehicles, except those present on business, trailers,
boats, trucks, mobile homes, or motorcycles may be parked in the development unless
parked inside garages and concealed from public view. Motorized recreational vehicles
cannot be parked in the development for more than (5) consecutive days, unless parked
inside a garage and concealed from public view.

NEW RULES ON FENCING

Ref; ARTICLE II SECTION 2.11; in brief.
(all residents were issued a copy of the full document)

Interior lots - 6’ high PVC / Vinyl fencing has been approved for interior lots. It must be
earthtone in color. It may be installed along the side lot lines and across the rear lot line,
beginning from the rear most part of the dwelling.

Conservation lots - A 4’ high black chain link fence is the only approved material for
conservation lots. It may be installed along the side lot lines and across the rear lot line,
beginning from the rear most part of the dwelling.

Pond lots and adjacent lots - A 4’ high black chain link fence is the only approved material
for pond lots and lots which are adjacent to any body of water. It must begin at the rear most
part of the dwelling and may be installed along the side lot lines behind the unit. To ensure
open views, the fence may not extend to the rear lot line. It’s placement is limited to no
further than 10’ beyond the rear dwelling line.

Corner lots - These parcels will be the exception to the side lot line rule. In order to ensure
open space, a fence will be set back from the side street. As measured from the rear corner
of the dwelling to the side street, a fence will extend no more than 8’ from the dwelling. The
fence must have a landscape buffer; in order to soften the view from the street.

The general rule on privacy fences:
It’s sole purpose is for a limited privacy screen. (Ex. to block out some street noise or gain
more privacy for a pool.) Usually, just a few fence panels are required. Please call
architectural control for more details, as there are limitations. Each lot is different.

Additionally, as some lots fall within several classifications, it is always best to call the
architectural director for specifics on your lot.
There will be NO new permits issued for wood fencing. The exception being for small
repairs on existing wood fences within the community or the associations mile long wood
perimeter fence, which must remain uniform by county regulation.

All fences are subject to final approval by the Architectural Control Committee.

NEW RULES FOR LEASE / RENTALS

Ref; ARTICLE II SECTIONS 2.28 and 2.29; in brief.
(all residents were issued a copy of the full document)

No owner may rent or lease their lot during the first 2 years of ownership.
No lease shall be permitted unless, 14 days prior to tenants moving in, the following
requirements are met; submitting a completed lease application, background check, credit
report and driver’s license copy of all potential tenants. Fees may apply.

The Association reserves the right to deny any lease.
Owners are responsible for the actions of their tenants.
No lot may be leased/rented for a period of less than one (1) year.

This brief highlight is intended for general use only. It is incumbent upon all owners; if you
are considering renting out your property, please read the full requirements in your
declaration. The full document was filed with the Public Records of Pasco County and is
now a matter of public record.

Architectural Application Available Here

Owner/Tenant Rental Application