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CHRISTENBURY MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC.

ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE

CHRISTENBURY MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES Revised 11-8-11

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION PAGE NO. INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................................3 NEW, ADDITION, AND/OR REMODELING CONSTRUCTION GUIDELINES ...............5 OUTDOOR STRUCTURE GUIDELINES...............................................................................7 REAR YARD FENCE GUIDELINES ......................................................................................9 PLAY EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES ......................................................................................11 SATELLITE RECEIVER (DISH) GUIDELINES ..................................................................13 GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES..........14 LIST OF RECOMMENDED PLANT SPECIES ....................................................................19 EXHIBIT A REQUEST FORM

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE INTRODUCTION The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is providing the attached Architectural Design Guidelines (“Guidelines”) in accordance with that Declaration of Covenants, Easements, Conditions and Restrictions (“Declaration”), for purposes of establishing and maintaining exterior design elements throughout Christenbury. This document should be filed with the homeowners’ copy of the Declaration received at closing. It is the responsibility of each homeowner to pass along the Declaration and Guidelines to any future buyer of their home at Christenbury. It is important to note that the Guidelines are applicable to most all future building exterior and property improvements as well as to homeowner improvements that were not previously submitted and approved. Homebuilder improvements that have been previously approved by the DRB prior to the adopted date may be excluded from these Guidelines. These Guidelines will be utilized by the ACC to evaluate and approve/disapprove property alterations and/or improvements throughout the community. Homeowners should use these Guidelines in planning changes to their property that will require ACC review. Design: The design or style of improvements should attempt to enhance the natural setting of the community and compliment any community design elements. Improvements must be sensitive to adjacent properties as well as the community as a whole. Planning for improvements should include identifying any limitations or regulations applicable to a lot such as utility and other easements, street and utility right of ways, watershed and wetlands restrictions, etc. Most of these constraints are indicated on the Record Plat and/or the Lot Survey. Submittals must be complete and include a completed “ACC Review Request Form” along with the requested documentation for review. Most submittals for lot improvements will require a copy of the “Lot Survey” indicating the location of the improvements. Submittals for building additions or improvements should include elevation views of the building. Partial or Additional incomplete submittals will be returned without review. information may be requested by the ACC as may be deemed necessary for review. Properly completed submittals will be reviewed in a timely manner by the ACC. It is strongly advised that improvements are not undertaken without receiving a response or approval from their request. In many cases, it is necessary to inspect the lot and surrounding conditions as part of the review process. Any improvements installed without prior written approval shall be considered in violation and subject to fines and penalties. Any improvements not conforming to the guidelines in effect at the time shall be considered in violation and subject to fines and penalties.

Constraints:

Submittals:

ACC Review:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE Existing Violations: Any property improvement requests may be declined, denied or otherwise not considered in the event there exists unapproved improvements or identified violations on the subject property. It will be necessary for the applicant to submit all improvements for review and/or resolve any violations with the ACC prior to any subsequent reviews. Variances from the Guidelines may be granted in the event of unique conditions or extenuating circumstances as determined and approved by the ACC. Granting of a variance shall not constitute any changes to the Guidelines nor set a precedent for future decisions of the ACC. The Declaration provides for the remedy of non-conforming improvements and violations on individual lots by means of removal, fines and/or liens on the property. All costs for remedy shall be the responsibility of the lot owner. Depending on the type and/or location of the improvement, approval may be required by various governmental agencies. Approval for improvements by the ACC does not imply, constitute or waive any agency review requirements.

Variances & Appeal:

Remedy:

Agency Approval:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE SUBJECT: General: NEW, ADDITION, AND/OR REMODELING CONSTRUCTION GUIDELINES New construction, additions or remodeling improvements may include a room addition, screened porch, deck, in-ground pool, hot tub/spa, patio, walk, drive addition, etc. All such (and similar) improvements must be submitted to, and approved by the ACC. All materials shall match existing house including siding, trim, shingles, roof pitch, etc. as well as finish and color. In the event the house is all brick, the siding material (and color) must be submitted and approved by the ACC. All exterior components shall have finish materials and color matching the existing house. ● Location: Decks may be left the natural wood color, stained or painted to match the house with ACC approval.

Materials:

Colors:

All improvements (other than paving and landscaping) shall either be attached to the house or located in the rear yard. ● ● ● No addition (other than paving and landscaping) may extend beyond the building setbacks shown on the survey. Pools, hot tubs and associated paving and decks shall not extend beyond the building setbacks shown on the survey. Room additions, decks, pools, hot tubs and spas shall not extend outside of the rear corners (side walls) of the house.

Deck:

New decks must be attached to the house or be an extension of an existing deck. All new decks and deck additions must have skirting (lattice, siding, etc.) installed when the opening between the deck and grade exceeds 12”. All existing decks shall be improved to match current deck requirements as a condition of approval for deck additions. Sun rooms and screen porches shall be attached to, and integrated into the existing house. A minimum 24” height (above floor) perimeter skirt (siding, brick, etc.) must be provided for slab on grade structures/additions. Skirting (siding, brick, etc.) must be installed between the floor surface and ground at crawl space or elevated structures. All components must be painted to match the existing house (excluding screens). In-ground swimming pools and hot tubs are allowed with approval by the ACC. Above ground swimming pools are not allowed. Hot tubs must be 5

Sun Room/ Screen Porch:

Pools/ Hot Tubs:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE located on, or integrated into a deck system attached to the house. Pools, hot tubs and associated paving/decks may not be located within the building setbacks. Pool covers must be a solid, dark or neutral color and must be mounted at or within 12” height of the pool deck surface. Screening: Foundation planting beds at the house shall be extended to include room additions, decks, etc. Swimming pools, hot tubs/spas and other improvements must be screened from view from streets, open space areas and adjacent lots. ● The minimum buffer/screen shall consist of a single row of evergreen shrubs planted at a spacing of 4-feet on center with an installed height of 24-inches above grade and a minimum mature height of 4-feet. It is recommended that a mixture of evergreen and deciduous shrubs and trees be used for screening purposes. Existing plantings may be applied to the screening requirements. No trees with a caliper greater than 2-inches may be removed during construction without ACC approval. Fines or remediation may be assessed to the homeowner for trees removed without approval. Caliper measurements shall be taken from 6 inches above grade at the trunk. All screen plantings must be located on the lot with the requested improvement.



Debris:

All construction debris shall be collected on daily basis and placed in appropriate containers or hauled off. Debris may only be placed at curb for pick-up for a period not exceeding 24 hours. Hazardous, toxic and similar materials must be secured at all times. Please submit a Review Request Form, the location of the new construction drawn on your lot survey of the property, house elevation views indicating the location, heights, roof lines, etc. of the house and the proposed addition (if applicable), the location of the landscaping, and a list of plants to be installed to fulfill the buffer/screen requirement. Construction documents may be required depending on the nature of construction.

Submittal:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE SUBJECT: OUTDOOR STRUCTURE GUIDELINES General: Outdoor structure improvement guidelines apply to playhouses and other similar free-standing Accessory structures. All such (and similar) improvements must be submitted to, and approved by the ACC. All materials shall match the house including siding, trim, shingles, etc. and finish/color. Roofs are to be multi-pitched. Structures attached or integrated into the house shall have doors similar to the house or in the event the house is all brick, all siding material (and color) must be submitted and approved by the ACC. Rear Yard; All outdoor structures shall be attached to, or located directly behind the house (not outside rear corners) and no closer to the rear property line than 20’. Outdoor structures on corner lots must be located away from the side street (not beyond the midpoint of the back of the house). Skirting: Utilities: Screening: If any side of an outdoor structure exceeds 12” off the ground, siding or skirting is required. All utilities including electric, water, and/or sewer must be underground and must adhere to standard building codes. All freestanding outdoor structures shall be screened from view from adjacent lots, streets and common open space. A foundation planting bed shall be extended or added to all structures attached or incorporated into the house. ● The minimum buffer/screen shall consist of a single row of evergreen shrubs planted at a spacing of 4-feet on center with an installed height of 24-inches above grade and a minimum mature height of 4-feet. It is recommended that a mixture of evergreen and deciduous shrubs and trees be used for screening purposes. Existing plantings may be applied to the screening requirements. No trees with a caliper greater than 2-inches may be removed during construction without ACC approval. Fines or remediation may be assessed to the homeowner for trees removed without approval. Caliper measurements shall be taken from 6 inches above grade at the trunk. All screen plantings must be located on the lot with the requested improvement.

Materials:

Location:





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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE Prohibited: Playhouse: Debris: Outbuildings, Storage Sheds, Dog Houses, Gazebos, and Tree Houses. Size: Height: No greater than 6’ x 8’ Overall, no greater than 6-feet

All construction debris shall be collected on daily basis and placed in appropriate containers or hauled off. Debris may only be placed at curb for pick-up for a period not exceeding 24 hours. Hazardous, toxic and similar materials must be secured at all times. Please submit a Review Request form, elevation views or photograph of the structure including roof, the location of the structure drawn on your lot survey of the property, the location and type of any required landscape screening and a list of all materials and finishes.

Submittal:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE SUBJECT: REAR YARD FENCE GUIDELINES General: Fences should perform the functions of enclosing spaces, and providing security with minimal visual impact, thus maintaining the sense of natural openness throughout the community. Additional fence setbacks or limitations may be imposed upon Lots abutting Common Open Space or other natural areas. All fences and similar enclosures must be approved by the ACC as to style, location, size and materials. Four foot (4’) height or subject to approval. Privacy fences are allowed only in the town homes and subject to the same material used as part of construction as a divider wall between neighbors. Only black or dark bronze aluminum fences shall be allowed, with the exception of the wood privacy fence allowed for the town homes as installed by builder. Please note exhibit A. Design recommendations ● ● ● ● ● Prohibited: Gates must be made from materials to match fence. There may be only three gates per lot. A single gate may have the maximum width of 5 feet and a double gate may have a maximum width of 8 feet. There may only be one double gate per home. All four sections of fence shall match (unless connecting with an adjacent existing fence with permission of neighbor). Fences shall be constructed with the decorative side facing out (if applicable). constructed) or shadowbox fences (except as approved multiple fencing styles on a aluminum fencing are all

Fence heights:

Color/Material:

Recommended:

Solid, privacy (except town homes as originally fences; electric or barbed wire fences; chain link for tennis courts); wood fences; dog runs or pens; lot; or any other fencing which is not black prohibited.

Fence locations: Rear/Side Yard ● Fences must be located within 12” of the side and rear property lines shared by adjoining lots to allow for connection of (future) fences. New fences must maintain a 6’ minimum offset from existing fences oriented along a similar line (no fence to fence conditions, unless prohibited by a structure such as a retaining wall). Fences located in the side yard may only extend as close to the front of the lot as the mid point of the side of the house. Exception: A fence



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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE may be located within 10’ of the front of the house only for the purpose of containing a side entry service door to the garage. Side yard fences at corner lots must align with, and may net extend beyond the rear corer of the house. Fences located over utility easements are subject to removal as may be necessary for access or maintenance as allowed by the easement. All sections of fence that front a street shall have a landscape buffer/screen installed on the street side of the fence (corner lots). The minimum buffer/screen shall consist of a single row of evergreen shrubs planted at a spacing of 4-feet on center with an installed height of 24-inches above grade and are to have a minimum mature height of 4-feet. It is recommended that a mixture of evergreen and deciduous shrubs and trees be used for screening purposes. Existing plants may be applied to the screening requirements. No trees with a trunk caliper greater than 2-inches may be removed during construction without ACC approval. Fines or other remediation may be assessed to the homeowner for trees removed without approval. Caliper measurements shall be taken from six inches (6”) above the top of the ground. All screen plantings must be located on the lot with the requested improvement.

● ● Screening: ●



● Debris:

All construction debris shall be collected on a daily basis and placed in appropriate containers or hauled off. Debris may only be placed at curb for pick-up for a period not exceeding 24 hours. Hazardous, toxic and similar materials must be secured at all times. Please submit a Review Request form, a fence layout drawn on your lot survey indicating the location of the fence, gate(s) and screen plantings on the property (include adjacent existing fences), a photo/sketch of the proposed fence, and a list of materials to be used for your landscape buffer/screening requirements (plant name, installed size, number & location, mulch type, edging/borders and/or existing trees/shrubs).

Submittal:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE SUBJECT: PLAY EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES General: Play equipment should not detract from the aesthetic quality of the community nor from the privacy of adjacent homeowners. All play equipment shall be manufactured by a play equipment supplier for the intended use. Home-made or modified products may be rejected due to safety concerns and/or objectionable appearance. All non-permanent play equipment (i.e. trampolines, inflatable pools, playhouses, hitting nets, play equipment etc.) shall be removed from the yard and stored (out of sight) when not in use if applicable. Homeowners not storing non-permanent or portable play equipment shall be in violation of the ACC Guidelines and subject to fines and penalties. A variance from the storage requirements may be granted by the ACC in instances where it would be unreasonable to store play equipment (such as lager pieces) in which case a location and screening plan must be submitted. Backboard: Post/Frame: Location: Transparent backboard material. Metal components, black color. Side load garage: locate goal at the back end of the drive. Front load garaged: locate goal at the outer side of the drive no closer to the street than the mid point of the driveway (midpoint is the total length of the driveway from the garage to the sidewalk divided by two (2)). Goals shall not be attached to the house, garage or other structure. Goals shall not be located in the street or in the street rightof-way. Portable basketball goals. Goals with locations approved by the ACC shall not be subject to the screening requirements. Maximum 225 sq. ft., with a height of eight (8) feet maximum recommended size All structures shall be constructed out of timber or similar neutral material and finish. Components such as slides, climbing apparatuses, etc. may be plastic or rubber. Timber may be stained or left natural in color. All stains must have ACC Approval. All plastic or rubber components shall be dark or neutral colors. Awnings, canopies, roofing or similar material colors must be approved. Bright or florescent colors are not permitted as well as patterns, graphics, text, logos, etc. upon any part of the play equipment. All play equipment should generally be located where they have a minimum impact on adjacent lots. Such play 11

Storage:

B-ball Goal:

Prohibited:

Screening: Play sets: Equipment size: Materials: Colors:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE equipment will be located within the middle third of the back yard. No play equipment shall be located in the side yards. Trampoline: Equipment size: Colors: 15 foot diameter maximum

Prohibited: Debris:

All components shall be finished (painted, coated, etc.) with dark colors. No bright or florescent colors are permitted. Location: All play equipment should generally be located where they have a minimum impact on adjacent lots. Such play equipment will be located within the middle third of the back yard. No play equipment shall be located in the side yards. Portable basketball goals. All construction debris shall be collected on daily basis and placed in appropriate containers or hauled off. Debris may only be placed at curb for pick-up for a period not exceeding 24 hours. Hazardous, toxic and similar materials must be secured at all times. Please submit a Review Request form and the location of the play equipment improvements drawn on your lot survey of the property along with the manufacturer’s product information and picture or sketch depicting type and arrangement of the play equipment. Additional plans or information may be necessary and requested depending on the extent of the improvements.

Submittal:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE SUBJECT: SATELLITE RECEIVER (DISH) GUIDELINES General: Notification: All satellite receiver dishes must comply with the following guidelines, except to the extent such compliance would alter or impair the reception. For this section only, Owners are not required to obtain prior approval for installation of a satellite dish. However, All Owners must notify the Association subsequent to installing any satellite receiver and must either confirm that all of the requirements herein have been complied with, or provide an explanation of how compliance with any of the guidelines alters or impairs reception or created an unreasonably delay or expense. The satellite dish must not exceed one meter (39.37”) in diameter or by diagonal measurement and must be distend to receive direct broadcast satellite service, including direct-to-home satellite service, or to receive or transmit fixed wireless signals via satellite. Each lot may have (1) one satellite receiver attached to their house or in their yard, unless more than one is required to obtain the desired reception. Satellite receivers are prohibited in the Common Elements. They can only be placed in areas within the owners’ exclusive use and control. Satellite receiver shall be installed so that it is not directly visible from streets, adjoining lots or from the Common Open Space. Suggested mounting locations (in order of preference): 1. 2. 3. On the ground in the rear yard directly behind your home. Roof mounted behind the central peak on the back side (rear yard) of the roof and not higher than the peak of the roof Wall mounted on house side wall on the back 1 /2 of the house

Dish size:

Quantity: Prohibition: Preferred Location:

Landscape screening may have to be placed around the satellite receiver so that no direct visibility may be achieved. Satellite receivers are prohibited from being located in the front yard or on the front half of the house’s roof unless these are the only locations from which the owner can obtain reception. Color: Receivers mounted to the side or roof of the house shall be painted, with nonmetallic paint, to match and blend with the roof or siding color of the house, so long as doing so will not alter or impair reception or void the warranty. In the notification to the ACC, please submit a Review Request form and your lot survey or sketch indicating the size and location of the satellite dish(s) on the home.

Submission:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE SUBJECT: General: GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES All lots shall be maintained in a neat and attractive condition by their respective owners. Upkeep (including maintenance and watering) and replacement of the lawn, natural areas, trees, shrubbery and planting beds shall be the sole responsibility and expense, and is expected of the homeowner to insure the continuity and aesthetics of the exterior design of the community. All landscape planting improvements affecting the size or location of planting beds or lawn areas must be submitted for approval. Generally, supplementing, replacing or adding plants to an existing planting bed does not require approval except in cases where plant material may be a nuisance or otherwise negatively impact the community (refer to List of Recommended Plant Species). All hardscape improvements (i.e. improvements other than plant materials, such as paving, trelliage, bird houses, statuary, borders, walls etc.) must be submitted for approval. Avoid mixing types or styles of hardscape materials (such as a wall with stone and another with timber, or two types of edging, etc.). Location of Improvements: Refer to the Lot Survey for the location of drainage, utility and landscape easements on the lot. Existing improvements and underground utilities within these easements must be maintained and protected. Contact a utility locator service or the designated user prior to any projects involving digging. Homeowners and their contractors are responsible for any repairs due to their work. Limit improvements in these easements as the easement serves as a repair route for service vehicles and repair equipment. Any obstacles within a recorded-easement may be removed (and not replaced) by the utility (or designated user) without notice as deemed necessary. Improvements shall not impede or block drainage swales or otherwise redirect established surface drainage patterns. Hardscape improvements are generally not allowed within the street ROW (the area between the curb and sidewalk, or 10’-12’ behind the curb without sidewalk). Landscape improvements are also discouraged in the ROW and must be submitted and approved. Topography: Topography of the property is designed to allow suitable drainage for your lot and adjacent lots. If the finished grades are to be modified (raised or lowered), a grading and drainage plan must be submitted to the DRB for review. Overall drainage patterns must not be modified. Piping or concentrating runoff generally is not allowed.

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE Lawns: All yard areas shall be established as turf grass, planting beds or maintained as natural areas. Lawns should be mowed regularly (at least once per week during the growing season) and trimmed around fixed structures (e.g. house, mailbox, outbuilding, fences) to a comparable height of the mowed lawn. Measures shall be taken to satisfactorily maintain turf areas (mowing, raking, watering, weeding, pest control, etc.) year round. Turf grasses shall not grow beyond an 8” height or “head-out” as applicable unless weather conditions preclude regular maintenance. Supplemental landscaping for aesthetic and environmental purposes is encouraged. Planting areas should be designed with flowing forms and a mixture of plant types. Avoid linear plantings of a single species, plants that maybe a hazard or nuisance to adjacent Lots (i.e. weak wooded trees, plants that create “litter”, etc.), or plants that may be impractical for their location (i.e. low branching or evergreen trees near sidewalks, etc.). All planting improvements other than plant replacements and the addition of plants within an existing bed shall require ACC approval. All ornamental plants, shrubs, hedges, etc. shall be contained within common planting beds. All planting beds are to be mulched and maintained. Trees and individual specimen plants may be placed in the lawn with a mulch saucer. General maintenance of existing tress and shrubs is expected from the homeowner. It is recommended that existing plants be contained within, or incorporated into a planting bed. Maintenance should include, but is not limited to: weeding, fertilizing, mulching and watering as well as the removal, disposal, and replacement of dead trees, shrubs, limbs and grasses on your property. ● No tree over 2” caliper, measured 6” above grade shall be removed from a Lot without approval from the ACC. Homeowners are encouraged to maintain small saplings of desirable species as a succession forest plant. Any underbrush may be cleared out by the homeowner however the area must be mulched or otherwise stabilized. Drainage easements shall be maintained and kept free from debris blocking or diverting water from properly flowing.

Landscaping:

Natural areas:

● ● Garden Areas:

Garden areas are allowed as approved by the ACC. Gardens shall be of a size and scale appropriate for the lot and should not exceed 250 square feet. Gardens should not be visible from streets and may be required to be screened from adjacent lots if determined to be a visual nuisance. Gardens shall not create a nuisance or hazard of any kind to adjacent lots or common open space areas. Gardens that are not properly maintained as determined by the ACC shall be in violation. Irrigation systems should not impact streets, walks, adjacent lots, common open space or environmentally sensitive areas. The homeowner shall be 15

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE responsible for any damage to systems located within the street ROW or other easements. Lighting: All exterior lighting must be approved by the ACC. Fixtures should enhance the design of the house, lot and community. Light source shall not create a nuisance or emit glare directly to streets and adjacent properties. Soffit mounted spot lights are discouraged. Walls should add an aesthetic element to the landscape design as well as complement the house and lot. The following wall materials are recommended: ● ● ● Walks/Drives/ Patios: Landscape Stone (landscape stone is typically categorized or named). Brick, matching house if applicable. Manufactured segmental block (i.e. keystone) matching or complementing the style and colors of the house.

Retaining Walls/Walls:

All paving additions or extensions must be approved by the ACC. Paving is allowed within building setbacks however no closer than 1 foot from any property lines. Large expanses of paving are discouraged. Persons occupying townhome units in the meeting Street Townhome section will have the right to temporarily park passenger automobiles or light (non commercial) vans or trucks within the on street parking areas immediately adjacent to their townhomes. Otherwise on-street parking is not allowed except for occasional gatherings or events. Vehicular parking is limited to designated paved areas only. In all of Christenbury damaged or otherwise inoperative vehicles as well as commercial vehicles, boats, trailers and the like must be contained within an enclosed structure. Vehicular parking or storage in community parking areas is prohibited.

Parking:

Garden Pools:

Garden pools are allowed as approved by the ACC. Vertical fountains and lighting are not allowed. Pools that are not maintained or are otherwise determined to be a health or safety hazard as determined by the ACC shall be in violation of the ACC Guidelines. Mulching of planting beds is required as well as natural areas if underbrushed. Large expanses of mulch areas are discouraged. The following mulches are recommended: ● ● ● Pine needles Hardwood/Pine shredded wood mulch Hardwood/Pine wood nuggets

Mulch:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE All other mulches must have ACC approval prior to installation. Stone, gravel or colored mulch is prohibited. Edging: Edging is the material often used to separate planting beds from lawn areas and similar applications and is generally installed flush with the surrounding grade. The following edging materials are recommended: ● ● ● ● ● Mailboxes: Black, plastic edging installed flush with the lawn Metal edging installed flush with the lawn (Black, Brown, or Green in color) Landscape stone or brick border (matching house if applicable). Pre-cast block (i.e. keystone) border to match or complement the colors of the house. All other edging must have ACC approval prior to installation.

The custom community mailbox is the standard approved by the ACC. Numbers or letters placed on the mailbox shall conform to ACC standards. Cost and maintenance of the mailbox shall be the responsibility of the homeowner or builder. Mailboxes shall not be altered or modified in any way. No signs, banners, billboards or similar placards including contractor, tradesman, realtor, etc shall be erected on any lot, except required by law. The developer and assigns are exempt from this guideline. Signs used for resale of home need to be the standard community sign approved by ACC. Signs are to be made by the following approved vendor: Signs, Etc. 4040 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28209 704-522-8860 Seasonal and holiday decorations generally do not require approval. All decorations must be tasteful and not offensive as determined by the ACC. Decorations shall not create a nuisance to adjacent lots, streets or common open space areas. The ACC reserves the right to order the removal of any decorations as may be determined inappropriate. Seasonal and holiday decorations shall not be installed earlier than 30 days prior to the holiday and must be removed no later than 30 days following the holiday. No decorative objects such as sculptures, birdbaths, fountains and similar features shall be placed on a lot where visible from streets, adjacent lots and common open space areas without approval by the ACC.

Signs:

Decorations:

Garden Ornament:

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE Outdoor Furniture: Permanent or otherwise “installed” outdoor furniture must be approved by the ACC. All furniture not located on a patio, deck or other similar surface may require screening and must be approved by the ACC. All outdoor furniture shall be appropriate for the application and properly maintained. Furniture with bright colors, graphics, patterns, etc. may be considered a nuisance and violation by the ACC. Garbage and refuse shall be placed in appropriate containers and shall be capped or contained. All refuse containers shall be concealed within building or enclosed to an extent that they are not visible from the street, adjacent lots and common open space areas. Roll-out containers shall not remain at the street beyond the pick-up day. Bulk debris may be placed at the curb for pickup for a period not exceeding 24 hours. Yard waste may not be dumped or stored on any properties in the community. All construction debris shall be collected on daily basis and placed in appropriate containers or hauled off. Hazardous, toxic and similar materials must be secured at all times. The developer and assigns are exempt from this guideline. Interior or exterior window treatments with graphics, bright colors or patterns or as otherwise determined a visual nuisance by the ACC. Temporary window coverings such as sheets, paper, etc. are not allowed. Outdoor clotheslines. Compost / Firewood pile. Please submit a Review Request form and the location and list of the landscape improvements drawn on your lot survey of the property. Additional plans may be necessary depending on the extent of the improvements.

Debris/Refuse:

Prohibited:

Submittal:

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CHRISTENBURY MASTER ASSOCIATION SUBJECT: LIST OF RECOMMENDED PLANT SPECIES Large Maturing Trees Botanical Name Acer rubrum Acer saccharum Betula nigra Carpinus caroliniana Carya ovata Fagus grandifolia Fraxinus Americana Fraxinus pennsylvatica Liriodendron tulipifera Nyssa sylvatica Platanus acerifolia Platanus occidentalis Quercus alba Quercus coccinea Quercus laurifolia Quercus palustris Quercus phellos Quercus shumardi Taxodium distichum Ulmus Americana Ulmus parvifolia Zelkova serrata Common Name Red Maple Sugar Maple River Birch American Hornbeam Shagbark Hickory American Beech White Ash Green Ash Tulip Poplar Black Gum London Planetree Syucamore White Oak Scarlett Oak Laurel Oak Pin Oak Willow Oak Shumard Oak Baldcypress American Elm Lacebark Elm Japanese Zelkova Evergreen Trees Cedrus deodara Cryptomeria japonica Iiex opaca Junipers virginiana Cupressocyparis leylandii Magnolia grandiflora Pinus nigra Pinus thunbergi Deodar Cedar Japanese Cryptomeria American Holly Eastern Redcedar Leyland Cypress Southern Magnolia Austrian Pine Japanese Black Pine

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CHRISTENBURY MASTER ASSOCIATION Ornamental Trees Acer palmatum Chionanthus virginicus Cornus florida Cornus kousa Cercis Canadensis IIex x attenuata Fosteri Ilex x attenuata Savannah Ilex x NellieSstevens Koelreuteria paniculata Lagerstroemia indica Ilex x NellieSstevens Koelreuteria paniculata Lagerstroemia indica Magnolia soulangeana Magnolia stellata Malus floribunda Malus x zumi Myrica cerifera Prunus serrulata kwanzan Prunus subhirtella pendula Prunus yedoensis Japanese Maple White Fringetree Flowering Dogwood Kousa Dogwood Eastern Redbud Foster’s Holly Savannah Holly Nellie Stevens Holly Goldenrain Tree Crepe Myrtle Nellie Stevens Holly Goldenrain Tree Crepe Myrtle Saucer Magnolia Star Magnolia Flowering Crabapple Zumi Crabapple Wax Myrtle Kwanzan Cherry Weeping Cherry Yoshina Cherry Shrubs Azalea species Buxus species Camellia japonica Camellia sasanqua Chaenomeles speciosa Cleyera japonica Euonyrnus alatus IIex cornuta ‘carissa’ IIex cornuta burfordi IIex cornuta burfordi nana IIex crenata ‘convexa’ IIex crenata ‘hetzi’ IIex crenata ‘rotundifolia’ IIex ‘Emily Brunner’ IIex glabra IIex latifolia IIex vomitoria nana Juniperus chinensis Juniperus horizontalis Nandina domestica nana Pieris japonica Pittosporum tobira Raphiolepis umbellate Rhododendron species Azalea Boxwood Camellia Sasanqua camellia Flowering quince Cleyera Winged euonymus (Burning Bush) Carissa holly Burford holly Dwarf burford holly Convex Japanese holly Hetzi Japanese holly Roundleaf Japanese holly Emily Brunner holly Inkberry holly Lusterleaf holly Dwarf yaupon holly Chinese juniper varieties Creeping juniper varieties Dwarf nandina varieties Japanese andromeda Pittosporum Indian Hawthorn
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CHRISTENBURY MASTER ASSOCIATION Specialty Plants Rododendron Camelia species Ilex species Specialty Plants Camelia species Ilex species Camelia (espaliered) Tree-form Hollies (limbed up)

Many of these plants may have improved varieties or cultivars with better ornamental characteristics and resistance to diseases. Consult with your local supplier.

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CHRISTENBURY MASTER ASSOCIATION Exhibit A Option 1:

Option 2:

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