Meadows at High Grove HOA
Architectural & Landscape Change Application
Fences shall remain natural in color. Tinting, staining or painting is not allowed. A clear water repellent is recommended.
Whenever possible, alternatives to hard fencing are recommended (i.e., landscaping and plants or "invisible" electronic fencing). It is also recommended that fencing be softened through the use of landscaping on the exterior side of the fence, where possible.
Fences shall follow the natural topography of the land.
Existing trees shall not be removed to place the fence without prior approval from the Architectural Control Committee.
The set back from the Homeowners property line shall be one inch. However, any corner lot and lots bordering on main roads will generally be required to have a setback of fifteen feet from the property line on the side of the lot facing the street. (Note: The property line is not the curb line.)
The fence shall extend from the rear corners of the house in a direction toward the rear yard. The Architectural Control Committee will determine the final placement of the fence based on aesthetics and street appearance.
In order to maintain a uniform style of fencing throughout Meadows at High Grove, a shadowbox style (picket on picket) with a "dog eared" picket and an aluminum Avalon style metal fencing in black will be the only styles allowed.
Wood fences are to be six feet high with 3" extended chamfered posts (see detail drawings). Fences are to be constructed of #2 or better pressure treated yellow pine. All fasteners are to be galvanized. The aluminum fence can either be 48” or 54” in height.
For yard fences, there shall be a minimum of one walk-through gate at least 3’-0” for Access. Gates must be self-closing. All fencing must be maintained in an aesthetic and safe condition.