Construction Guidelines | Rosehurst

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Rosehurst Construction Guidelines

Rosehurst is designed for an exceptional living environment with enduring property and building values. Rosehill Joint Venture, hereinafter referred to as the Developer, has prepared these Construction and Landscaping Guidelines, hereinafter referred to as Guidelines, to help ensure that property owners' building designs are complimentary to the architecture and environment of the subdivision. Rosehurst is envisioned to become one of the most desirable residential estate lot developments in northwest Harris County.

Rosehurst is being developed as a private subdivision featuring 1 to 2 acre spacious estate homesites. Rosehurst has two sections: The Meadow and The Grove. The Meadow prides itself in having natural rolling terrain with short native grasses, and scattered pines, yaupons and hardwoods. The Grove features densely wooded homesites with towering pines and hardwoods.

To create a sense of timelessness, the land plan includes an elegantly architectured gated entrance, landscape reserves, uniquely designed concrete streets with brick accented edging, European-style round-a-bouts, and a 10 acre nature preserve along Spring Creek for residents to enjoy.

To accomplish the intent of the land plan, preserve and enhance the natural endowments of the property and ensure the integrity of the subdivision, certain guidelines and controls for architectural and landscape design are necessary.
These Guidelines and the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Rosehurst, hereinafter referred to as CC&R’s, establish particular principles and certain standards to be observed by all property owners and users in the subdivision.

Rosehill Joint Venture will appoint an Architectural Review Committee, hereinafter referred to as the ARC, to review and evaluate all plans and specifications for any and all proposed construction and future improvements and alterations within the subdivision. These Guidelines are to be used by the ARC in the review of builder or owner plans.

Creativity and flexibility of architectural and landscape design, tailored for individual use within the framework of the Rosehurst precept, are certainly encouraged. Rosehurst representatives are prepared to cooperate with property owners and their agents by providing information, ideas and suggested methods for accomplishing mutual development goals.

These Rosehurst Guidelines and CC&R’s have been carefully formulated to assure an attractive rewarding environment for all its users and for the best possible safeguards for the continuing appreciation of property values.

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