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mick
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Garden Court?
by mick on September 7th, 2007

Anyone know or heard possibilities as to what the plans are for the 'Garden Court' area between the Garden Homes?
 
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aaron
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by aaron on September 7th, 2007

Yeah, I saw the plans for the middle. It looks pretty good. They are going to make it grass with a rock/pebble oval trail on the boarder so that the path goes right by each house. There will be park benches on each end and each house is responsible for one major shade tree and minor shade tree.
 
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Karen_Zab
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by Karen_Zab on September 25th, 2007

So...interesting question..... :lol:

Is the green space between the garden court homes community space or is it owned privately by the garden court home owners?

Don't worry, I'm not eyeing your common area enviously :roll: , as we live right by the park so have lots of green space near us, but I was curious. Will our HOA fees go to maintain the garden court common area or are the homeowners responsible for maintaining that space?

As the garden court configuration comes together I'm really liking it, I hope they offer more volume of garden court homes in future phases.

Karen Z
 
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aaron
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by aaron on September 25th, 2007

From my understanding, the HOA will be taking care of the green area. Now, I'm just assuming since that's what I think I heard and I hope so since I've already gotten rid of my lawn mower. My property goes about 3 or 4 feet past my porch.

I also heard that they are planning a few more garden courts. They were looking at expanding the number, but last I've heard there were going to be at least 5 total.

I've heard that David Weekley has put premiums on the houses that face the garden court from the side. That's kind of mean since the folks in Garden Court 1 didn't have to pay a premium. I guess Weakley is assuming that one of the features would be access to the yard. Personally, I don't have a problem with it as I like almost all people, but if it gets unruly, I'm going to unleash a barrage of water balloons unseen ever before.
 
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icemonkeyharvest
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by icemonkeyharvest on September 25th, 2007

Actually, it seems that the salespeople talked some sense into the management at David Weekley, and the premium on the lots across from the garden court houses has been lifted. My impression is that the rationale for the premium was related to the niceness of their appearance, not public use of the courtyard. I could be wrong, though.
 
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