COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
Main House Structure
- Minimum 2500 square feet of air-conditioned living space exclusive of garage, porch, breezeway or other non-living area for a one-story house and 3000 square feet for a two-story house unless specific authorization is granted by the architectural control committee for a lesser square footage. In any case, no house may be under the square footage described in the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Wylie for SF 10/19 zoning.
- Minimum porch area on the main entry to the house will be 80 square feet.
- Minimum 10-foot exterior plate height above the foundation on the main floor.
- Minimum roof pitch will be 6 in 12.
- Minimum eve horizontal measurement will be no less than 12 inches measured from the exterior of the house to the interior face of the fascia.
- Minimum two-car attached garage.
- No garages will be allowed to face the street. All garages must have swing (L), “J” or rear entry unless they are set back a minimum of twenty feet behind the front of the main house structure.
- Minimum 80 percent exterior in natural wood, brick, stone, stucco, fiber cement siding or glass, or combination thereof. Fiber cement siding must be a minimum of 4 inches in width and not visible from any street.
- No metal or vinyl siding or similar materials or concrete block or similar materials will be allowed on the exterior of the home.
- No manufactured housing (HUD-Code homes) will be allowed.
- Only standard common house colors will be allowed on the exterior of the home.
- All lots will have a concrete sidewalk constructed by the home builder at the time the main house structure is built. Sidewalks must meet City of Wylie Building Standards and will be set four feet back of the curb. On all corner lots, sidewalks shall be constructed along all adjacent streets with barrier-free ramps constructed at all corner lots in a manner consistent with those installed by the developer.
Out Buildings of Any Nature
- Out buildings will be limited to one per lot.
- Exterior of any out buildings will be of the same material comprising the exterior of the main house and in the same percentages as that of the main house.
- The roofing material must be the same as the main house.
- No manufactured sheds or out buildings will be allowed.
- Minimum 8-foot exterior plate height measured above the foundation on the main floor of any out buildings.
- No dog houses, play houses or clotheslines will be erected so as to be visible from any street, right-of-way or common area.
- No wire fences, to include woven wire, barbed wire, chain link or any other form of wire, will be allowed. Any fence constructed of metal, to include steel pipe, must be powder coated or painted and maintained in good condition at all times.
- Only wrought iron view fencing will be allowed on the lake side of any lot backing to the lake and must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee.
- All fence posts must be set a minimum of two feet in the ground and will be set in a concrete base with a minimum of six inches of concrete (3 inches on any side of the post).
Vehicles and Equipment
- No inoperable vehicles or equipment, or vehicles or equipment parked on blocks or supported by other than the main running gear of that vehicle, will be parked so as to be visible from any roadway, pathway or driveway.
- No more than four owned vehicles per dwelling, to include equipment of any nature, will be parked so as to be visible from any roadway, pathway or driveway on any one lot except during periods of construction of the main house structure or clearing of the lot.
- Weight limit for any personal vehicle parked on any lot, driveway, street, right-of-way or common area will be one ton GVW. Parking of any RVs or travel or camping trailers overnight on the premises is strictly forbidden.
- No equipment or vehicles (other than automobiles) will be parked or secured overnight on any utility easement, common area, street or roadway.
- Automobiles shall not be parked on any street for more than twelve consecutive hours.
- Boat parking is allowed so long as the boat is parked or stored behind a solid, non-view fence. The boat must not be visible from any street, driveway, right-of-way or common area.
- All vehicles and equipment parked on any lot, common area, right-of-way or street must be parked on concrete such as street surface, driveway or concrete pad.
- No commercial signage of any type is to be placed on the property so as to be visible from any street, right-of-way or common area, with the exception that one For Sale sign not to exceed two feet by two feet may be placed in the front yard while the home is being marketed. For Sale signs must be metal framed and placed so as not to be intrusive to neighboring housing units or pedestrian traffic, and must be removed within three working days of the house being sold or removed from the market.
- The placement of political signs where they are visible from any street, right-of-way or common area is strictly forbidden.
- Each builder will, prior to receiving a Certificate of Occupancy on the main house structure, paint the numerical address of that housing unit in bold black numbers on a white background in a minimum of four inch numbers, with the white background being one-half inch around the edge of the number, on the curb as close to the center of the lot as possible.
- No trash or trash receptacles will be placed so as to be visible from any street, right-of-way or common area other than on the day of scheduled trash pick-up.
- All residents and/or guests will immediately remove trash or debris that may be visible to the public.
- During construction of any nature, all debris, excess construction materials or trash will be stored in trash containers or construction containers so as to maintain a clean and orderly appearance during periods of construction. Under no circumstances will trash or debris be stored or left loose so that it blows or moves to an adjacent lot, street, right-of-way or common area.
- No construction will take place outside the hours of 7:00 AM in the morning until 9:00 PM in the evening, so as to limit the noise associated with normal construction activities.
- Lighting, such as flood, security or illumination lighting placed on or around pools, sidewalks, tennis courts or driveways, will be aimed so as to not illuminate neighboring properties or residences.
- All mailbox designs and locations must be pre-approved by the Developer or Home Owners Association prior to construction.
- All construction shall first be subject to approval by the Architectural Control Committee.
- A new home must be under construction on a lot within eighteen months after the lot closing.
Changes, Alterations, Additions or Deletions to CC&Rs
- These CC&Rs may be changed by a two-thirds majority vote of the Home Owners Association only after all lots have had a home constructed thereon.