ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REVIEW POLICY
The purpose of architectural design review is to keep the South Cove community attractive for the enjoyment of residents and for the protection of property and property values. As stated in Article IV of the South Cove Covenants, the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) along with the HOA Board is authorized to establish rules, standards and procedures for the orderly development of the subdivision and requires homeowners to obtain written approval from the ARC for any buildings, additions, or other exterior improvements to their property. This is to ensure that the improvements comply with the provisions of the declaration and the ARC guidelines
The ARC reserves the authority to review, approve and deny applications for buildings, additions or exterior improvements which are not explicitly described by these guidelines, and to consider additional guidelines in the review process whether published or not. These guidelines may be amended by the ARC and HOA Board as it deems necessary or appropriate.
The following is a sample list of exterior modifications that requires ARC approval before construction can commence. ARC reserves the right to deny approval of applications that do not meet guidelines even at the homeowner’s expense if contracts have been signed, deposits paid and/or purchases made prior to approval.
Modifications include, but are not limited to:
The Homeowner is responsibility to: