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Norfolk Island Pine
It's weird because as I understand it the HOA no longer exists in this development but the rules continue to be enforced by the town. I was told fences are allowed but only if they are under a certain height and if they are over you have to get approval from the town first.
I don't think they allow fences here certainly not privacy ones.
I think it's probably all moot because we contacted the seller and he said he mows the area in dispute and that the neighbors know it's not theirs.
Yeah, I'm not going to be mean nor do I have any intention of building anything there (though I might want to cut a tree).I suspect the main thing they will be unhappy about is when they want to move and can't claim the space next to their house as their own.
I don't think there is anything on this part of the land other than grass and trees but I'm going to drive by tonight to get a better idea.I don't know what this means, " easement where a common owner severs lots"
There is no fence and no landscaping other than mowing that I can see. Question is, who has been mowing it? I guess when I move in I'll start mowing it just to let them know. If they want to get all legal on me I'll let them but I won't pursue it initially.
I just got the survey back for our new house and it's good news for me but bad for the neighbors. It seems my lot goes up to about 1 ft of their house. Turns out the people who built the two homes were relatives and the bigger house (mine) owned both lots and when they moved out it wasn't split up evenly or something like that. I'm not sure what this means exactly other than I have a bigger lot than I thought.
Yeah, I want to not put back up paneling especially since we're (hopefully) never going to live here again just rent it out or sell it.
Also going into your yard and making sure nothing (not even a bottle cap) has standing water. They can breed in the smallest sources of still water.
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